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Author
Koralun-Bereźnicka Julia (Uniwersytet Gdański)
Title
Efekt sektorowy i efekt wielkości podmiotu w kształtowaniu kondycji finansowej przedsiębiorstw w Polsce
Industry and Size Effect in Polish Corporate Performance
Source
Prace Naukowe Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego we Wrocławiu. Taksonomia (18), 2011, nr 176, s. 505-513, bibliogr. 23 poz.
Research of Wrocław University of Economics
Issue title
Klasyfikacja i analiza danych - teoria i zastosowania
Keyword
Kondycja przedsiębiorstwa, Sektor przedsiębiorstw, Analiza skupień, Efekt sektorowy
Enterprises condition, Manufacturing sector, Cluster analysis, Industry effect
Note
streszcz., sum.
Country
Polska
Poland
Abstract
Celem badania jest ustalenie relatywnego wpływu efektu sektorowego i efektu wielkości przedsiębiorstwa na jego kondycję finansową. Analiza obejmuje grupy przedsiębiorstw małych, średnich i dużych w trzynastu sektorach gospodarczych w Polsce w latach 2002-2007. Zmienne w postaci rocznych wskaźników finansowych obliczono na podstawie zagregowanych sprawozdań finansowych publikowanych w ramach bazy danych BACH. Metodologia badawcza obejmuje między innymi analizę skupień i procedurę skalowania wielowymiarowego. Uzyskane wyniki świadczą o nieznacznej przewadze czynników sektorowych nad rozmiarem przedsiębiorstw w Polsce, co z kolei implikuje wyższość strategii dywersyfikacji opartych na przekrojach sektorowych, a nie na rozmiarach.(abstrakt oryginalny)

The aim of the research is to establish the relative importance of industry and size effect in corporate performance in Polish firms. Groups of small, medium and large companies were analysed in thirteen industries. The variables, i.e. yearly financial ratios from 2002-2007 were computed with the use of aggregated financial statements published in the European BACH database. The methodology of the research involves cluster analysis and multidimensional scaling. Findings provide empirical evidence that industry factors slightly dominate over the size effect. This, in turn, implies that diversification strategies based on crossindustry sections should prove more effective than those based on size diversity.(original abstract)
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ISSN
1899-3192
1505-9332
Language
pol
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