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Relatedness and performance: a reexamination of the diversification-performance link


, : Relatedness and performance: a reexamination of the diversification-performance link. NE 165 Working Paper Series Private Strategies, Public Policies and Food System Performance, Food Marketing Policy Center, University of Connecticut ( WP-37): 15pp.

Empirical studies of firm diversification suggest the existence of a positive relationship between the relatedness of diversification and firm performance.


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