Regression Analysis Resource-Based and Diversification

  • Sayan Chatterjee


In this paper I review the use of regression models that have been used to study the diversification phenomenon. I suggest that simultaneous equation models may be used to develop better insight in future research.


Cash Flow Systematic Risk Management Journal Mode Decision Capital Asset Price Model 
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  • Sayan Chatterjee
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  1. 1.The Weatherhead School of ManagementCase Western Reserve UniversityUSA

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