Productivity Accounting. The Economics of Business Performance

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© Emili Grifell-Tatjé and C. A. Knox Lovell 2015. The productivity of a business exerts an important influence on its financial performance. A similar influence exists for industries and economies: those with superior productivity performance thrive at the expense of others. Productivity performance helps explain the growth and demise of businesses and the relative prosperity of nations. Productivity Accounting: The Economics of Business Performance offers an in-depth analysisof variation in business performance, providing the reader with an analytical framework within which to account for this variation and its causes and consequences. The primary focus is the individual business, and the principal consequence of business productivityperformance is business financial performance. Alternative measures of financial performance are considered, including profit, profitability, cost, unit cost, and return on assets. Combining analytical rigor with empirical illustrations, the analysis draws on wide-ranging literatures, both historical and current, from business and economics, and explains how businesses create value and distribute it.
Idioma originalInglés
Lugar de publicaciónNova York (US)
EditorialCambridge University Press
Número de páginas393
Edición1
ISBN (versión impresa)9781139021418
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EstadoPublicada - 1 ene 2015

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