Dataset for corporate valuation and analyses of peer effects in corporate practices and local factors favoring innovation

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This data article provides cross-sectionals on the local values of the coefficients of ROE, R&D-TO-SALES, and TOTAL ASSET as regressors of the MARKET-TO-BOOK ratio and is related to the research article entitled “Do Local Causations Matter? The Effect of Firm Location on the Relations of ROE, R&D, and Firm Size with Market-to-Book” (A. Carosi, 2016) [1]. The data are aggregated at the regional level (NUTS2). The reported data are the regional average values of the coefficients of ROE, R&D-TO-SALES, and LN(TOTAL ASSET) on LN(MARKET-TO-BOOK), estimated upon the Italian non-financial listed firms in 1999–2007. Local coefficient estimates for family firms and utilities are also provided.

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Carosi, A. (2017). Dataset for corporate valuation and analyses of peer effects in corporate practices and local factors favoring innovation. Data in Brief, 10, 325–329. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2016.12.007

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