TITLE

Human Capital and performance of Small Enterprises from Romania

AUTHOR(S)
Ileanu, Bogdan-Vasile; Isaic-Maniu, Alexandru; Anghel, Florin; Herteliu, Claudiu
PUB. DATE
January 2010
SOURCE
5th International Conference on Applied Statistics;2010, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Conference Proceeding
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The paper analyse the impact of human capital factor on Small Enterprises performance from Romania. The study is realized on a sample which has in the begining 1486 enterprises. In order to connect the human capital factor and SMEs performance it was used the multinomial logit model. The study tries to answer on the main problems about human capital regarding SMEs from Romania. Is Human capital a strong factor of performance on micro-nterprises Which components are most important The influence of Human Capital strongly discriminates by domain of activity the performance of microenterprises.
ACCESSION #
64925054

 

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