by Paul B.W. Miller and Paul R. Bahnson

When we talk about Quality Financial Reporting and its potential to bring real change to financial reporting, we’re often challenged to show how managers receive a payoff from providing more information to users. We’re not dismayed at all; in fact, we were pondering the same objection when the idea for QFR first leapt into our brains for the first time.

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