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2020, vol. 22, br. 2, str. 99-117
Pokretači konkurentnosti preduzeća u nefinansijskom sektoru - primer Nigerije
aUniversity of Ibadan, Department of Accounting, Nigeria + Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria, Nigeria
bUniversity of Ilorin, Department of Accounting and Finance, Nigeria + Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria, Nigeria

e-adresaatanda2001uk@yahoo.co.uk
Ključne reči: izrazito konkurentno preduzeće; slabo konkurentno preduzeće; stvaranje vrednosti; faktor specifičan za preduzeće; faktor okruženja
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U ovoj studiji se ispituju ključne determinante konkurentnosti preduzeća u Nigeriji. U studiji se izdvajaju podaci na nivou preduzeća (tj. karakteristike specifične za preduzeće) i makro-podaci (faktori okruženja) iz godišnjih izveštaja i računa nefinansijskih preduzeća koja se kotiraju na berzi i Statističkog biltena Centralne banke Nigerije, respektivno, koji se zatim analiziraju pomoću deskriptivnih, inferencijalnih i ekonometrijskih alatki. Dobijeni rezultati ukazuju na činjenicu da su starost preduzeća, njegova produktivna sredstva i profitabilnost, kao i racio vladinih kapitalnih izdataka, povećali konkurentnost izrazito konkurentnih preduzeća, s jedne strane, dok ju je, s druge strane, visok trošak finansiranja kočio. Međutim, profitabilnost, poslovni rizik, veličina preduzeća i inflacija su doprineli konkurentnosti slabo konkurentnih preduzeća, dok su je razvoj prodaje i kapacitet zaposlenih umanjili. Dolazi se do zaključka da su i faktori specifični za preduzeće i faktori okruženja odigrali i korisne i štetne uloge kada je u pitanju nivo konkurentnosti koji su ostvarila nefinansijska preduzeća kotirana na berzi u Nigeriji, zbog čega su i razmatrane implikacije tih rezultata na politiku preduzeća.
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jezik rada: engleski
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DOI: 10.5937/ekonhor2002107A
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