Characteristics of Firms that Voluntarily Issue a Revenue Forecast with No Accompanying Earnings Forecast

Lacina, Michael J.
January 2004
American Business Review;Jan2004, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p124
Academic Journal
Focuses on the characteristics of firms that voluntarily issue a revenue forecast with non accompanying earnings forecast in the United States. Revenue forecasts of management; Motivation for issuance of management earnings forecast.


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