This page has been robot translated, sorry for typos if any. Original content here.

Enterprise Economics - Pokropivny SF

Enterprise Economics : Textbook / Under total. ed. Dr. cone sciences, prof. S.P. Pokropivnoy. - Per. with ukr. 2nd pererab. and add. ed. - K .: KNEU, 2002. - __________ p.

ISBN 000–000–000–0

The textbook consistently outlines the theoretical, methodological and practical issues of formation and development of the enterprise economy. Given the overall organizational and economic characteristics of the enterprise as a business entity; details of the formation and use of enterprise resources: personnel, tangible and intangible assets, investment resources. In the second, revised and updated edition, the main attention is paid to innovation processes, organization and regulation of the enterprise, achieving positive financial and economic results, improving the overall production efficiency and anti-crisis management system.

For students of economic institutions of higher education and faculties, students of master's programs, as well as for students of other educational institutions of economic direction. The textbook may be useful to students of retraining and advanced training centers for employees of enterprises (organizations).

BBK 00.00



ZMIST


FOREWORD
INTRODUCTION TO THE ECONOMY OF THE ENTERPRISE
SECTION 1. THE ENTERPRISE IN THE MODERN MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Chapter 1. The enterprise as a business entity
1.1. The concept of goals and activities
1.2. Legal basis of operation
1.3. Classification and structure of enterprises
1.4. Voluntary and institutional associations of enterprises (organizations)
1.5. Market environment of enterprises and organizations
Chapter 2. Basics of business
2.1. Entrepreneurship as a modern form of management
2.2. Contractual relationships and partnerships in business
2.3. International Business Activity
Chapter 3 Enterprise Management
3.1. The essence and functions of the management process
3.2. Business management methods
3.3. Organizational management structures
3.4. The supreme bodies of state management of enterprises and organizations
SECTION 2. RESOURCE SUPPORT OF ENTERPRISES ACTIVITY
Chapter 4 Staff
4.1. Concept, classification and personnel structure
4.2. Determining the number of individual categories of workers
4.3. HR policy and personnel management system
4.4. Personnel assessment as an important element of the workforce management system
4.5. Foreign experience in the formation and effective use of the labor potential of the company
Chapter 5. Capital and production assets
5.1. General characteristics of capital and productive assets
5.2. Assessment, classification and structure of fixed assets
5.3. Depreciation, amortization and reproduction of fixed assets
5.4. Efficiency of reproduction and use of fixed assets
5.5. Structure, rationing and use of working capital of the enterprise
Chapter 6. Intangible Resources and Assets
6.1. Intangible resources
6.2. Intangible assets
6.3. Valuation and amortization of intangible assets
Chapter 7. Working capital
7.1. General characteristics and rationing
7.2. Efficiency of use
Chapter 8. Investment Resources
8.1. The concept, composition and structure of investment
8.2. Determination of the required volume and sources of financing production investments
8.3. Formation and regulation of financial investments (securities)
8.4. Attracting foreign investment to develop and enhance the effectiveness of business entities
8.5. Evaluation of the effectiveness of industrial and financial investments
8.6. Factors to improve the efficiency of capital investments and financial investments
8.7. Investment projects of enterprises and organizations
SECTION 3. TECHNICAL BASE, ORGANIZATION AND PLANNING OF PRODUCTION
Chapter 9. Innovation Processes
9.1. General characteristics of innovation processes
9.2 Scientific and technical progress, its general and priority directions
9.3. Organizational progress
9.4. Evaluating the effectiveness of technical and organizational innovations
Chapter 10. Technical and technological base of production
10.1. Characteristics of the technical and technological base of production
10.2 Organizational and economic management of technical development of the enterprise
10.4 Formation and use of production capacity of the enterprise
Chapter 11. Organization of production
11.1. Structure and principles of organization of the production process
11.2. Organizational types of production
11.3. The organization of the production process in time
11.4. Production organization methods
11.5. Pre-production
Chapter 12 Industrial and Social Infrastructure
12.1. Concept, types and importance of infrastructure
12.2. Maintenance system
12.3 Social infrastructure and social activities of the enterprise
12.4 Reproduction and development of infrastructure
Chapter 13. Regulation, Forecasting and Planning
13.1 State economic regulation of the activities of business entities
13.2. Forecasting the development of enterprises
13.3. Methodical basis of planning
13.4. Enterprise Development Strategy and Business Planning
13.5. Tactical and operational planning
SECTION 4. RESULTS AND PRODUCTION EFFICIENCY
Chapter 14. Production, quality and competitiveness of products
14.1 General characteristics of products (services)
14.2. Marketing activities and the formation of a program of production (services)
14.3. Logistics of production
14.4. Quality and competitiveness of products (services)
14.5 Standardization and certification of products (services)
14.6. State quality control and internal technical control
Chapter 15. Productivity, Motivation and Wages
15.1. The productivity of staff: the nature, methods of determination and growth factors
15.2. Motivation to work
15.3. Modern wage policy
15.4. Applicable forms and systems of remuneration
15.5. Surcharge and wage supplements organization of personnel bonuses
15.6. Employee participation in the profits of an enterprise (institution, organization)
Chapter 16. Costs and prices of products (services)
16.1. General characteristics of the cost of production (services)
16.2. Cost management in the enterprise
16.3. Total costs and cost of production
16.4. Cost of individual products
16.5. Prices for products (services): essential characteristics, types, methods of establishing and regulating
Chapter 17. Financial and Economic Results and Performance
17.1. The content and forms of financial activity of the enterprise (organization)
17.2. Formation and use of profits
17.3. Assessment of the financial and economic state of the enterprise (organization)
17.4. Essential Characteristics and Measurement of Production Efficiency
17.5 Growth factors of production efficiency (enterprise activity)
SECTION 5. ANTI-CRISIS ECONOMY SYSTEM
Chapter 18. Economic security of an enterprise (organization)
18.1 Content-typological characteristics of the economic security of the enterprise (organization)
18.2 Analytical assessment of the level of economic security of the enterprise (organization)
18.3. The main directions of ensuring the economic security of the company for individual functional components
18.4 Firm security service (enterprises, organizations)
CHAPTER 19. Restructuring and reorganization (financial rehabilitation) of enterprises and organizations
19.1 General characteristics of the restructuring process of enterprises (organizations)
19.2 Practice of implementation and efficiency of restructuring of enterprises (organizations)
19.3 Rehabilitation (financial rehabilitation) of business entities
Chapter 20. Bankruptcy and liquidation of enterprises (organizations)
20.1 Bankruptcy of enterprises (organizations) as an economic phenomenon
20.2. Methodical basis for determining the probability of bankruptcy of business entities
20.3. Liquidation of bankrupt enterprises (organizations)