Patrimonial Resources Management And The Economic Performance Of Companies
Achieving high performance is a crucial objective aimed by the management of anycompany. The accurate and efficient economic resources management contributes decisively toimproving performance. The paper presents an econometric model that shows the link betweeneconomic performance and patrimony management reflected through a series of indicators, such as thereturn on current assets, fixed assets ratio and the funding structure of capitals (financial leverage). Interms of research tools, we used techniques of regression analysis based on specialized software. Theobtained results allow drawing conclusions about the elements upon which decision makers shouldintervene in order to increase economic performance.
Volume (Year): 1 (2011)
Issue (Month): 13 ()
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