The relationship between transparency and capital market efficiency in Iran Exchange market
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The present study investigated the relationship between transparency and efficiency of capital markets and corporate governance has been conducted to determine the role of regulators. For access to this aims are selected 384 person of food and petrol affiliate. For gathering data is used of questionnaire. This research is based on the objective and the method of data collection is descriptive. Pearson correlation, regression equation and path analysis were used to determine the relationship between variables. The results of this study are indicated both of transparency and corporate governance have impact on efficiency of the capital market in Tehran Stock Exchange. The main finding of this study was that transparency and corporate governance can have a significant impact on the efficiency of capital markets. So if we want to have market efficiency we should prepare methods and strategy to increase transparency and corporate governance.
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