Statistical Methods Use in Small Enterprises: Relation to Performance
Dumičić Ksenija (),
Bregar Lea () and
Žmuk Berislav ()
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Dumičić Ksenija: Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Bregar Lea: Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Žmuk Berislav: Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia
Business Systems Research, 2014, vol. 5, issue 3, 37-48
Background: There are several factors that lead to an improved level of competitiveness and increased net income of enterprises. Previous studies have shown that an appropriate use of statistical methods has positive effects on the level of competitiveness and on enterprises’ net income in general. Objectives: This study analyses the statistical methods use in Croatian small enterprises. The goal of this research is to establish whether most Croatian small enterprises use statistical methods and whether the enterprises that use statistical methods on average have greater net income than the enterprises that do not use statistical methods.
Keywords: small enterprises; statistical methods use; logistic regression; complex survey design; net income; Croatia (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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