Essays in Corporate Finance and Accounting

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Lamp, Felix (2011)
  • Publisher: Erasmus University Rotterdam

textabstractHet onderzoek door Lamp toont aan dat van de financieel analisten die steeds verkeerde voorspellingen doen, 73% een optimist is. Zij voorspellen steeds te hoge winsten. De pessimisten (27%) verwachten juist te lage winsten. Ervaring heeft geen invloed op opt... View more
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