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Definition of deflated
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Sat, 13 Feb 2016 21:58:44 GMTHello guys

Do you know what do they mean by "deflated" in the following sentence?

"firms reported goodwill impairment loss ( expressed as a positive number) deflated by the total assets at the ned of t-1 year."

Thank you in advance!
]]>Statistical ResearchLisa92http://www.talkstats.com/showthread.php/63973-Definition-of-deflatedquestion about change in period
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Sat, 13 Feb 2016 00:10:12 GMTHello guys:)
I wonder whether you can help me.
I do not know which analysis i can use. My aim is to prove or not the following hypothesis:
...Hello guys:)

I wonder whether you can help me.

I do not know which analysis i can use. My aim is to prove or not the following hypothesis:

The percentage amount of impairment ( impairment/total assets) has grown during 2012-2014 years.

My data will consist of percentage amount of impairment ( impairment/total assets) for each company in sample. it will be about 150 companies in sample and observations are found as 150 companies *number of years.:)

Which analysis can i use to show the change?:)
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