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diversification

noun alteration, assortment, change, contrast, deviation, difference, differentiation, multifariousness, multiformity, separation, shift, variation
Associated concepts: diversification of investments
See also: innovation
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The next phase of SMC's diversification is something that enjoys high margins and robust demand globally, Ang said.
Measures of Economic Diversification" section presents three different measures of economic diversification, showing them to be closely correlated with one another across countries and reporting that they are also closely correlated with other diversification measures discussed elsewhere.
Two common measures are the Finger-Kreinin index of export diversification (10) and the Herfindahl-Hirschman index of market concentration, both published by UNCTAD.
Research limitations/ implications: The alternate measures of diversification help the managers' benchmark their level of unrelated diversity, without having to go through the pain of calculating diversity through traditional methodologies that are complex and cumbersome.
The Gibbs-Martin index used for measurement of diversification among the land use and land cover categories is given by the following equation (Gibbs and Martin 1962).
In addition, in the area of diversification, the first issue is how financial performance measures?
The paper is organized as follows: section 1 refers to the theoretical development of diversification covering the analysis of diversification from a pyramidal group perspective and the influence of ownership structure.
This is according to EY's 'Growth Drivers 2 report: Digging beneath the surface - Is it time to rethink diversification in the GCC?
The concept of diversification conveys a different meaning to different people at different levels.
Vanguard researched the effect of re-enrollment on a large DC plan in 2008 and found that the practice immediately improved the portfolio diversification in the plan.
Traditionally, the answer to this question was suggested by Stopford and Wells (1972): to pursue the dual strategies of foreign product diversification and area diversification, MNCs tend to use a matrix.

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