Efficiency of Agricultural Enterprise Profit Control
Evolution of scientific approaches to the interpretation of concept of 'efficiency' has been researched. Classification of efficiency has been made depending on the period of determining and area of application in agricultural industry. It has been established that efficiency of any economic entity is determined by the rational use of its resource potential with a simultaneous increase of final financial result. According to the author, it is inappropriate to use the net income as an indicator of agricultural company efficiency due to the fact that the value of financial results does not fully reflect the qualitative characteristics foment policy selected. Correlation between the amount of financial results and level of liquidity, financial independence, solvency, market share and operating leverage has been found. Formalized form of 'Profit Management Efficiency' has been proposed and its significance for practical application by agricultural enterprises has been estimated.
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 2 (June)
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