Productivity improvements in businesses are invariably championed as value-enhancing propositions. Whether the improvements are labour-related or asset-related, the value of a business is arguably enhanced when its employees are more productive, its assets are utilised more productively, and its operations are conducted more efficiently.
Accounting, Productivity, return on capital, stock prices
Accounting | Corporate Finance | Human Resources Management
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Accounting and Productivity: Answering the Big Questions
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Lee, Andrew and Tracey Zhang. 2012. "Productivity, Return-on-capital and Stock Price Performance." In Accounting and Productivity: Answering the Big Questions , edited by Themin Suwardy and Gary Pan, 23-33. Singapore: SMU and CPA Australia.
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