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International Journal of Management, Accounting and Economics
The present research examines empirically whether domestic investors in the Tunisia Stock Market (BVMT) perceive voluntary disclosure to be value-relevant. The study is motivated by the market-based value-relevance literature in the U.S. and by the developments of accounting and stock markets in Tunisia. This research, explores through an investigation by questionnaire external auditors' perception of the value relevance of voluntary information in the annual reports, it also uses panel datafatcat:dme5a2pvarca7jqj2mnmqngpsq