Why You Should Attend:
Thought to represent inherent risks in smaller businesses, the size effect has long been used as an explanation for the risk-reward relationship empirically seen in small businesses. Since its widespread in the 1980’s however, empirical analysis has show several discrepancies in this analysis have appeared including the “January Effect” and more importantly, a significant diminishment in the size effect. On July 28 expert appraisers Michael Crain and William Kennedy join BVR for an in-depth look at the size effect’s recent history, the counter-intuitive and anomalous characteristics viewed in its analysis, and, most importantly, what all of this means for appraisers today.
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