THE ANALYSIS OF THE COMPETITIVENESS OF THE BIGGEST ENTERPRISES IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY IN PODLASKIE REGION COMPARED TO THE SECTOR, BASED ON NAGASHIMA'S RADAR
Andrzej Kowalczuk ()
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Andrzej Kowalczuk: University of Bialystok
Oeconomia Copernicana, 2016, vol. 7, issue 2, 297-315
The purpose of the paper is to analyse the competitiveness of the largest enterprises of the construction industry operating in Podlaskie Voivodeship, against the background of other firms from the sector in the years 2010–2012. The analysis uses the so-called Nagashima's radar, which enables a synthetic depiction of the relative changes of selected sets of indicators concerning the analysed entities from the construction industry. The conducted research into the analysis of competitiveness of largest construction companies of Podlaskie, as compared with the rest of the sector, reveals that the period 2010–2012 saw both increases and decreased in the indicators regarding the profitability, financial stability, capital activity, growth, and efficiency of the studied companies. In 2012, in comparison with the preceding year, a downturn was observed in e.g.: some of the profitability indicators, growth indicators, and labour efficiency indicators.
Keywords: Nagashima's radar; construction industry; analysis of competitiveness; financial indicators (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: D21 D92 G32 G11 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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