Inwestycje w środki trwałe – meta-analiza

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Natalia Nehrebecka
Anna Białek-Jaworska

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W artykule skoncentrowano się na weryfikacji efektu publikacji w badaniach poświęconych inwestycjom przedsiębiorstw w środki trwałe. Jest prawdopodobieństwo, że prezentowane w literaturze wyniki mogą być obarczone problemem selekcji statystycznej istotności (tzw. efekt selekcji publikacji). Prace, których wyniki pokazują słabą zależność bądź brak istotności są mniej atrakcyjne i rzadziej publikowane, gdyż są postrzegane jako mało wnoszące do dorobku naukowego i nie tłumaczące fenomenu badanego zjawiska. W publikacjach o inwestycjach w środki trwałe występowanie efektu selekcji publikacji stwierdzono w przypadku zmiennej cash flow. Dodatkowo autorki zauważają, iż wielkość cash flow ma mniejsze znaczenie dla inwestycji w środki trwałe przedsiębiorstw w państwach mniej rozwiniętych gospodarczo, ze słabiej rozwiniętym rynkiem kapitałowym.

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Nehrebecka, N., & Białek-Jaworska, A. (2016). Inwestycje w środki trwałe – meta-analiza. Kwartalnik Nauk O Przedsiębiorstwie, 38(1), 57-69. Pobrano z https://econjournals.sgh.waw.pl/KNoP/article/view/1903
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