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While our most recent figures remain positive, AIMR also shows that continued investment in Australian resources is key to our industry remaining a leader in the global market.
Posteriormente, en ausencia de los ratings AIMR, investigadores britanicos han elaborado sus propios indices para medir el nivel de informacion divulgada e introducirlo en el modelo de Collins, Kothari, Shanken y Sloan.
I use the annual corporate disclosure rankings published by the AIMR to measure the quality of firms' mandatory and voluntary disclosures.
Higher educational certifications like E-MBA or Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)--Association of Investment Management Research (AIMR) programmes are offered to potential employees".
To some extent, the CFA Institute's 2007 "Comprehensive Business Reporting Model" builds on a monograph by its predecessor, the Association for Investment Management and Research (AIMR).
AIM Resources Limited (AIM: AIMR) (ASX: AIM), an Australia-based mining and mineral exploration and development company, has announced an exploration update from its assets in Burkina Faso.
Charlottesville, VA: The Research Foundation of Association for Investment Management and Research (AIMR).
This is accepted in theory and corroborated by the position of professionals, such as the statement by the Association for Investment Management and Research (AIMR), an entity made up of American market analysts, which in a 1993 document (2) proposed the publication of broader concepts of income to enable better valuation of companies in the capital market.
"Investor Psychology and the Dynamics of Security Prices." In Behavioral Finance and Decision Theory in investment management: Proceedings of the AIMR seminar, Improving the investment decision making process: behavioral finance and decision theory.
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171, 188-90 (2000) (finding that firms with higher AIMR disclosure practices rankings have greater institutional ownership); Mark H.