FINANCIAL COMMUNICATION THROUGH INTERNET IN TRANSITION ECONOMIES â€“ PATTERNS AND CHALLENGES
Vasile Robu and
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Vasile Robu: Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies
Raluca Sandu: Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies
Theoretical and Applied Economics, 2009, vol. 05(534)(supplement), issue 05(534)(supplement), 65-71
Our paper deals with the evolution of the financial communication through Internet media for listed companies, in transition economies. Our question of research is: How did this companies use new technologies in the context of an increasing pressure for financial information and communication? Our approach relies on qualitative methods, especially multiple case studies, based on companies listed on the BSE. Our findings suggest the existence of local patterns, which bring new evidence for the research in Internet financial communication issues. Key words: financial communication; financial disclosure; Internet; transition economies.
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