Multivariate Statistical Analysis on Competitiveness of Environmental Listed Companies in China

Jian JIN, Liting SONG


Abstract: Taking 12 companies as an example, we evaluate the competitiveness of Environmental Listed Companies in China by multivariate statistical methods of AHP and Principal Component Analysis, on base of which these companies were ranked and classified by Cluster Analysis method, according to the advantages and disadvantages of each indicator. Investors may choose stocks which are more competitive, in order to reduce risk and make profits.
Key words: Environmental Listed Companies; Competitiveness; Multivariate statistical analysis


Environmental Listed Companies; Competitiveness; Multivariate statistical analysis

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