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Publicly listed firms deal with several contracting relationships, for instance those between investors, lenders and managers. The handling of these relationships requires mechanisms, such as corporate disclosure, that alleviate information asymmetries and agency conflicts between contracting parties.
My research project concerns Swedish listed firms' communication practices with capital market participants. The main objective of this project is to empirically examine how Swedish publicly listed firms differ in their voluntary disclosure practices in their annual reports by examining the impact of disclosure incentives and ownership structures of firms.
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