Analysis of one-factor productivity of chosen farms
The goal of paper is to focus on one-factor productivity (so called partial productivity) at chosen sample of 622 agricultural enterprises in years 2004 productivity of labour and capital were included among analysed indicators. Their development was further compared with development of performance measured by profitability assets and economic result. One of significant growth factor of company is monitoring relation among productivity of labour and average wages, which in recent years became very discussed problems in consequence with financial crisis. Part of paper is also a monitoring of relationship between surveyed indicators by help of correlation analysis. The paper was elaborated within research program MSM 6007665806.
Volume (Year): 13 (2010)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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