Financial Accounting Information And The Relevance/Irrelevance Issue
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Keywordscapital market values; Basle Capital Accord; value of marketable securities; technical insolvency effect; the high-technology and dot-com firms; security returns; short-term earnings management; 'new economy'; Total Value Creation; liquidity of insurance industry; causative choice; speculative choice; goodwill impairment; financial analysis;
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