This award winning article published in the Financial Analysts Journal argues that unlike standard factors, such as value, momentum, and size, quality lacks a commonly accepted definition. The piece tests quality factors commonly used by investment firms and finds that profitability and investment-related characteristics tend to capture most of the quality-related premia.

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