The joint paper of Associate Professor of Caucasus University, Erekle Pirveli and a Professor of the University of Bremen, Johann Tsimerman, was published in the Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance of Wiley Publishing.
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The research explores the connection between the country’s wealth and the quality of financial information. The project was implemented in 3 different institutions in a span of 4 years: Caucasus University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Munich Ludwig Maximilian University. Over the time it has been funded with three scientific grants: Young Scientists Grant of Shota Rustaveli Scientific Foundation, Fulbright invited scholar grant and a joint research grant of Rustaveli and DAAD.
Mr. Erekle Pirveli and Mr. Johan Tsimerman, while reviewing 40 capital cities in 1992-2016, discovered that richer countries have improved their managerial but not financial information.
The finding is a novelty for the field and draws investors and policy makers’ interest.
See the article here