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|Title:||Factor analysis to identify latent constructs across management subjects at a business school|
|Citation:||PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2007 IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SERVICE OPERATIONS AND LOGISTICS, AND INFORMATICS, (), 357-362|
|Abstract:||Factor analysis involves the study of order and structure in multivariate data. It starts with a set of observations obtained from a given sample, analyzing this set of observation with their inter-correlations to determine whether the variations represented can be accounted for adequately by a number of basic categories smaller than that with which the investigation was started. Factor analysis is applied to identify the latent constructs in the subjects being offered at a business school. The significance of this study is to get some insight on the course design of the prevailing academic curriculum.|
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