ASSESSMENT OF THE ECONOMIC POTENTIAL OF THE ENTERPRISE

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Pavel I. Razinkov
Dmitry V. Martynov
Oksana P. Razinkova

Keywords

fixed production assets, capital productivity, capital intensity

Abstract

Purpose of the study: The article deals with the problems of forming and increasing the efficiency of using the basic production assets of an enterprise.


Methodology: Methods of working with physically challenged children (PCC) are described in the works by V .V.Linkov, N .N. Malofeev, N. M. Nazarov, etc. They consider various methods and techniques of organizing educational work with children having health problems.


Results: The analysis of the effectiveness of the formation and use of the basic production assets of a machine-building enterprise has been carried out, and measures have been considered to improve their formation and use.


Applications of this study: This research can be used for the universities, teachers, and students.


Novelty/Originality of this study: In this research, the model of assessment of the economic potential of the enterprise is presented in a comprehensive and complete manner.

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