- exposing the reader to the major steps associated with the formulation and testing of a model under the LISREL framework
- describing the key decisions associated with each step
- highlighting potential problems and limitations associated with LISREL modeling
- assisting the interpretation of LISREL input and output files.
The overall aim is to provide a critical understanding of what is really involved in LISREL modeling and sensitize the re
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Judy A. Siguaw is the Founding Dean of ACTE partner organization the Cornell-Nanyang Institute of Hospitality Management. Holding the position of Professor of Marketing in the School of Hotel Administration at Cornell University and the J. Thomas Clark Chair in Entrepreneurship and Personal Enterprise, Dr. Siguaw earned her doctorate in 1991 from Louisiana Tech University. She has been published in more than over 45 business and trade journals, contributed to four books and authored 29 conference papers. Dr. Siguaw's research interests include personal selling, sales management, customer relationships, channels of distribution, and marketing strategy. She is currently at work on numerous journal manuscripts in these areas, as well as a book on best practices in the Asian hospitality industry.
Table of ContentsWhat Is LISREL All About?Model ConceptualizationPath Diagram Construction Model SpecificationModel IdentificationParameter EstimationAssessment of Model FitModel ModificationModel Cross-ValidationAn Introduction to PRELIS 2