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Evaluating the Proposed Transparency Model of Financial Reporting Based on the Cost of Capital of Common Share
Transparency is the core of modern financial reporting and assist users in understanding the business unit stems. despite the importance of this concept, the general definition of it is not provided in the Literature. Several methods for the measurement of transparency used that result in different justifications.So we expected there be negative relationship between the cost of capital and transparency of financial reporting. Since transparency reduces uncertainty about the intrinsic value ofdoi:10.5281/zenodo.3241367 fatcat:d43vytnonjcdvhez47gqnn5roe