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Title: Анализ неустойчивости показателей предприятий по производству транспортных средств
Other Titles: Russian and foreign vehicle manufacturing enterprises: ANOVA of indicators instability
Authors: Булыкина, А. А.
Гуменников, Илья Владимирович
Михальчук, Александр Александрович
Спицын, Владислав Владимирович
Keywords: электронные ресурсы; предприятия; производства; автомобилестроение; собственность; нестабильность; доходы; прибыль; активы
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Изд-во ТПУ
Citation: Анализ неустойчивости показателей предприятий по производству транспортных средств / А. А. Булыкина [и др.] // Информационные технологии в науке, управлении, социальной сфере и медицине : сборник научных трудов IV Международной научной конференции, 5-8 декабря 2017 г., Томск : в 2 ч. — Томск : Изд-во ТПУ, 2017. — Ч. 1. — [С. 391-396].
Abstract: We use an analysis of variance for three indicators (Revenues, Profits and Assets) of enterprises included in DM subsection according to the Russian Standard Industrial Classification of Economic Activities in order (1) to assess the degree of their instability and (2) to identify the differences between enterprises with and without foreign ownership during the period from 2011 to 2015. As a sample, we took aircraft production (50) and car manufacturing enterprises (207) in Russian ownership, and car manufacturing enterprises in joint (24) and foreign (51) ownership. The SPARK information system is used as an information source. We found that most indicators of earnings and profits demonstrate high degree of instability. The highest instability values are observed in 2012 and 2015. Enterprises in Russian ownership have a slightly higher level of stability in earnings and profits. Assets of all enterprises remain relatively stable.
URI: http://earchive.tpu.ru/handle/11683/46164
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