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Impacts of Conditional Conservatism on Labor Investment Efficiency
Majallah-i dānish-i ḥisābdārī
Objective: Timely detection of losses versus gains (known as conditional conservatism) may make investment decisions of management efficiently by reducing the information asymmetry between management and investors and providing early signals about the profitability of the accepted projects. This study examines the effects of conservatism on the most important neglected aspect of investment decision, namely investment in manpower. Method: This is a descriptive, correlational and post-eventdoi:10.22103/jak.2019.13075.2847 doaj:dbba5db2909243149b39eb7610745577 fatcat:vveuhdtzqnbvbamyvmzvd7exce