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Profitability and economic choice

Paul H. Jeynes

Profitability and economic choice

by Paul H. Jeynes

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Published by Iowa State University Press in Ames .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Capital investments.,
  • Cost accounting.,
  • Profit.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 607-609.

    Statement[by] Paul H. Jeynes with the help of Margaret O. Jeynes and others.
    ContributionsJeynes, Margaret O.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHG4028.C4 J49
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 622 p.
    Number of Pages622
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17757550M

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    Profitability and Cost Analysis aligned to the key business dimensions, moving beyond traditional cost and profit centre reporting. This is used to support these organisations in both strategic investment/rationalisation decisions as well as ongoing cost and income optimisation. However, many organisations are too simplistic in the level of. A fundamental assumption of most modern economic theory, according researchers at Stanford University, is the idea that people make choices that serve their own self-interests. This idea, called rational choice theory, attempts to explain and predict how people choose to allocate their limited resources. In the example above, rational choice.

    The three ways of expressing profit can each be used to construct what are known as profitability ratios. This is done by dividing each item into net sales and expressing the result as a percentage. For example, if your company had gross sales of $1 million last year, and net profits were $50,, that's a ratio of 50,/1,, or 5%. profitability: 5. Economic value added (EVA). 6. Return-on-assets (ROA). The choice of a particular method will depend on executive preferences, the individual company, and the characteristics of its portfolios, programs, or projects. 15R Profitability Methods 2 of 10File Size: 2MB.


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Economic analyses may be aimed at explaining individual choice or choices in an individual market; such investigations are largely the focus of microeconomics. The analysis of the impact of those individual choices on such aggregates as total output, the level of employment, and the price level is the concern of macroeconomics.

The research objective of this paper is to investigate how economic performance is achieved by companies in the industry. To reach this goal, we believed that the most appropriate indicators that express the aspects related to economic development and performance growth of companies should be chosen among the relative profitability indicators.

their related modeling in linear terms. The profitability index is a significant indicator in assessing the economic and financial performance of a project or a company both internally and in the diagnostic tests requested by external partners. Key words: method of profitability index, economic evaluation, industrial investment projects.

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It means, what do you value. Do you yearn for leisure time, or do you crave money and resources. Do you like movies, or music. Do you crave outdoor living or a big, fancy mansion. The classic macroeconomic example is guns vs butter. As a society.

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The profitability of multipurpose batch plants depends on the choice of the parameters of each processing step and on good logistic decisions. The development of life-cycle models is gaining increasing importance, since they reduce the effort to build and maintain different models for every stage of a life-cycle (Vankatasubramanian et al., ).

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Book profit The cumulative book income plus any gain or loss on disposition of assets. Book Profit A gain on an investment that has not yet been realized.

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Wants are defined as a good or service we desire but do not need. It is said that wants are unlimited, because once satisfied another appears. The basic economic problem that arises because people have unlimited wants but resources are limited.

Moreover, the results also show the impact of economic growth rate on firm profitability. The paper of-fers strong implications for the authorities, real estate firms as well as investors. View. Profitability Index: The profitability index is an index that attempts to identify the relationship between the costs and benefits of a proposed project through the use of a ratio calculated as.

Uses and Limitations of Profitability Ratio Analysis in Managerial Practice ROE is a measure of the efficiency with which the firm emloys owner´s capital. It is an estimate of the earnings of invested equity capital, or alternatively, the percentage return to owners on their investment in the firm.

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