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Poplavska Zhanna (Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine), Goshovska Oksana (Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine)
Modeling of Synergetic Interrelations within the Association of Enterprises
Business and Non-profit Organizations Facing Increased Competition and Growing Customers' Demands, 2017, vol. 16, s. 401-414, rys., tab., bibliogr. 21 poz.
Współpraca przedsiębiorstw, Zależności synergetyczne
Enterprises cooperation, Synergistic relationships
Based upon the nature of the synergy phenomenon and possible types of synergy, the authors have developed a concept of synergy estimation approach within the alliance of enterprises. To project performance indicators of considered companies and investigating the influence of basic interrelations between them, an economic- mathematical model describing an alliance of companies with synergetic interrelations has been developed. The model is based upon economic modeling of each separate company's activity and takes into account their interrelations as well. The model of each company's activity represents its internal settlement procedures. The interrelations specific for the alliance are being considered, such as inflow of investments, dynamics of demand for the alliance product at the European market (but not necessarily in the region of the enterprise's location), dynamics of production output that represents the inter-alliance distribution of (production) orders. As well as, existent positive and negative reverse interrelations (the positive arise due to investments, the order of profit distribution (reinvestment), while negative - are expressed via the competition at the distribution of production orders and determination of sum of investments into the companies' capital). The alliance performance indicators, as well as the connection of the solution for the dynamic model system of equations stability and the conditions of realization of synergistic effect, are defined. (original abstract)
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