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A USE OF DEA-DISCRIMINANT ANALYSIS TO MEASURE CORPORATE PERFORMANCE OF JAPANESE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY: AN INFLUENCE OF R&D EXPENDITURE ON CORPORATE VALUE

Abstract

This study investigates the influence of R&D expenditure on the corporate value of Japanese manufacturing industry. The methodology for the study is DEA-DA. This research finds that the R&D expenditure is important for the Japanese manufacturing industries to be competitive in a global market. However, the importance of R&D expenditure depends upon the type of industry. Empirical findings identified in this study are useful to other industries (not only manufacturing industry) and other nations (not only Japan)

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