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diversity

the number and variety of species in a community; species-richness.
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Accordingly, this exploratory study examines diversification in electric utilities.
As a result, increasing diversification of electric utility firms has been a notable industry trend for the past ten years (U.
With recent oil price volatility, diversification has returned to the top of the GCC agenda; it's an opportunity worth $17.
We are beginning to unlock the secrets of portfolio diversification, and with this knowledge are able to build software and strategies to fully harvest Diversification Alpha.
Fauver, Houston, and Naranjo (2003) examine the value of diversification for nonfinancial firms across 35 countries for the 1991 through 1995 period.
Trade diversification is quite a well researched area in empirical literature.
The Dragons' Den-style project aims to help traditional farming families to take the plunge into non-agricultural diversifications to create or safeguard jobs and give additional income streams for the future.
Bank s pursue diversification move for variety of reasons which may both be proactive and defensive.
If diversification is again tried, defense companies would be wise to focus on complementary businesses that are not too far afield from their core business.
In evaluating economic diversification and subsequent sustainability, the study compared GCC economies, G7 economies, and transformation economies (Hong Kong, Ireland, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, and South Korea).

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