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La résolution d'un problème de multicolinéarité au sein des études portant sur les déterminants d'une publication volontaire d'informations : proposition d'un algorithme de décision simplifié basé sur les indicateurs de Belsley, Kuh et Welsch (1980)

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  • Marc De Bourmont

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    (Rouen Business School - Rouen Business School)

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    De nombreuses études ont été réalisées sur le thème des déterminants d'une publication volontaire d'informations et la plupart des auteurs de ces études recourent à l'estimation d'un modèle de régression linéaire classique (RLC). Cette technique aboutit en effet, lorsque les contraintes nécessaires à son application sont respectées, à l'utilisation des meilleurs estimateurs linéaires sans biais. Une absence de multicolinéarité constituant l'une de ces contraintes, l'objet de cet article est 1/de montrer l'insuffisance relative des outils de diagnostic généralement utilisés 2/ de démontrer les avantages et la supériorité des indicateurs de Belsley, Kuh et Welsch (1980). A partir de ces indicateurs, cet article propose un algorithme de décision simplifié qui est appliqué d'une façon illustrative au sein d'une étude empirique portant sur les déterminants d'une publication volontaire d'informations sur les activités de recherche et développement.

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    Publication status: Published - Presented, Comptabilités et innovation, 2012, Grenoble, France
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    Keywords: linéaire; Multicolinéarité; Variance Inflation Factor; VIF; Matrice des Corrélations.;

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