The Inconsistent Effects of Plain English Disclosures on Nonprofessional Investors’ Risk Judgments

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Riley, J, and E Taylor (n.d.). The Inconsistent Effects of Plain English Disclosures on Nonprofessional Investors’ Risk Judgments. International Journal of Financial Studies, 6(1). pp. 25–25. 10.3390/ijfs6010025 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/19468.

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Eileen Z Taylor

Adjunct Professor of Business Administration

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