Dr. Muhammad Kabir, Assistant Professor, Accounting in the Faculty of Business Administration, recently published an article in the highly-regarded Journal of Corporate Finance.
The research examined how product market competition affects insider trading profitability. Their results show that insider trading profitability is more pronounced for firms with: a higher level of trade secrecy, a higher level of R&D, a lower level of management voluntary disclosures, less readable 10-K reports, and highly tone-ambiguous financial disclosures.
To learn more and to read the article visit this page.
Congratulations Dr. Kabir.