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Efficient theory development and factor retention criteria: Abandon the `eigenvalue greater than one' criterion

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  • Patil, Vivek H.
  • Singh, Surendra N.
  • Mishra, Sanjay
  • Todd Donavan, D.

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  • Patil, Vivek H. & Singh, Surendra N. & Mishra, Sanjay & Todd Donavan, D., 2008. "Efficient theory development and factor retention criteria: Abandon the `eigenvalue greater than one' criterion," Journal of Business Research, Elsevier, vol. 61(2), pages 162-170, February.
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