The total real capital structure analysis in the profits mass relevant for turnover
AbstractThe mechanism operator of total actual capital on profit afferent turnover in the synthesizer manner is an important tool in assessing the economic and financial performance of the company both internally and in the diagnostic tests performed outside. Addressed the overall level of business, real capital - fixed and circulating - appears as part of operating capital; with all other forms of total capital operated in the frame of business activity, actual capital is involved in a specific circuit, arising from the operation of producer agents in a market economic environment. The transformation of the company liquid capital in productive real capital takes place in conditions in which the firm is presented on the capital goods market as a buyer and actually proceed to the purchase of goods-capital needed for production. Simultaneously, the company is presented as a buyer and the labor market, drawing work resources required.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 18909.
Date of creation: 2009
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total capital; fixed capital; circulanting capital; profit; turnover; rentability;
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