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For the last three decades, the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) has been a dominant model to calculate expected return. In early 1990% Fama and French (1992) developed the Fama and French Three Factor model by adding two additional factors to the CAPM. However even with these present models, it has been found that estimates of the expected return are not accurate (Elton, 1999; Fama &French, 1997). Botosan (1997) introduced a new approach to estimate the expected return. This approach employs an equity valuation model to calculate the internal rate of return (IRR) which is often called, 'implied cost of equity capital" as a proxy of the expected return. This approach has been gaining in popularity among researchers. A critical review of the literature will help inform hospitality researchers regarding the issue and encourage them to implement the new approach into their own studies.
Lee, Seoki and Upneja, Atrun
"A Critical Review of the Implied Cost of Equity: A New Way to Estimate the Expected Return,"
Hospitality Review: Vol. 24
, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.fiu.edu/hospitalityreview/vol24/iss2/1