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Capital Budgeting Surveys: The Future is Now

@inproceedings{Burns2015CapitalBS,
  title={Capital Budgeting Surveys: The Future is Now},
  author={Richard Burns and Joe Walker},
  year={2015}
}
  • Richard Burns, Joe Walker
  • Published 2015
  • Business
  • This research is motivated by two major factors: (1) the over twenty year hiatus since the last thorough review of the capital budgeting survey literature, and (2) past appeals to the finance academic community by researchers to explore neglected areas of the capital budgeting process. In response, and using a four-stage capital budgeting process as a guide, the authors review the capital budgeting survey literature from 1984 through 2008 and find that some of the neglected areas have in fact… CONTINUE READING

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