Analysis of Labour Productivity Dynamics of SNCF Navrom SA Progress through the Review of „Turnover” Indicator Evolution Based on a Unifactorial Model
In economic practice, an econometric model is used to explain the variation of a phenomenon in relation to the other variation for estimating the probable change of the analyzed phenomenon. This paper aims to assess the dependencies of labor productivity through the development of the indicator "turnover" by unifactorial model. The author proposes in the paper to check the pausability of unifactorial model using dispersional analysis which shows that the estimated linear model is appropriate and is representative for describing the dependencies between the labor productivity at the analized company, SNCF NAVROM Corporation and its turnover in the period 1997-2010.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 (May)
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