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Title:DEJAVNIKI RASTI HITRO RASTOČIH MALIH IN SREDNJE VELIKIH PODJETIJ V SLOVENIJI
Authors:Mastnak, Mojca (Author)
Duh, Mojca (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Korošec, Bojana (Co-mentor)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis (m2)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:EPF - Faculty of Business and Economics
Abstract:Mala in srednje velika podjetja (MSP) so temeljni del slovenskega gospodarstva, saj predstavljajo več kot 99 % vseh podjetij ter ustvarjajo skoraj 70 % delovnih mest in skoraj 68 % vrednosti prihodkov vseh podjetij (po podatkih iz leta 2013). Zaradi svoje sposobnosti prilagajanja na spreminjajoče se poslovno okolje so ključnega pomena za rast slovenskega gospodarstva in zagotavljajo trdno podlago za rast novih ter krepitev že obstoječih panog. V skupini več kot 182.089 MSP je opazna množica hitro rastočih, dinamičnih podjetij. Odkar se je pričela svetovna kriza v letu 2008, so skoraj vsa nova delovna mesta in gospodarsko rast ustvarila MSP. Medtem ko velika podjetja in ostalo gospodarstvo okreva, pa hitro rastoča podjetja dosegajo izjemne stopnje rasti, visoko donosnost in hitro rast števila zaposlenih. V empirični raziskavi smo po vzoru podobnih raziskav tujih avtorjev proučevali vpliv specifičnih dejavnikov (značilnosti premoženjsko-finančnega položaja, poslovne učinkovitosti, denarne uspešnosti poslovanja, velikosti in starosti) na rast prihodkov od prodaje in števila zaposlenih v hitro rastočih MSP v Sloveniji. Študija obsega panelne podatke iz obdobja 2009–2013 za vzorec 200 podjetij, pridobljen iz izbora Slovenska gazela 2014. Z multiplo regresijsko analizo smo ugotovili, da na rast prihodkov od prodaje pozitivno vpliva večja delovna produktivnost, negativno pa vplivajo velikost, starost in enostavni denarni tok. Na rast števila zaposlenih pa prav tako pozitivno vplivata večja delovna produktivnost in večji enostavni denarni tok, negativno pa velikost, starost in statična likvidnost. Rast MSP je pomemben pokazatelj uspešnega gospodarstva, vendar še vedno prezrt s strani oblikovalcev politike. Več je treba storiti za dvig ozaveščenosti o pomembnosti teh podjetij in ustvariti poslovno okolje, ki bo ugodno za njihov razvoj in rast.
Keywords:mala in srednje velika podjetja (MSP), rast podjetja, panelni podatki, regresijska analiza, dejavniki hitre rasti podjetij
Year of publishing:2016
Publisher:[M. Mastnak]
Source:Maribor
UDC:005.4
URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:GSC4A1YZ
COBISS_ID:12293148 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Factors of Growth of Fast Growing Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in Slovenia
Abstract:Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) are a fundamental part of the slovenian economy, comprising over 99 % of total establishments and contributing to almost 70 % of employment as well as over 68 % of income (data of 2013). With their capacity to adapt in an ever-changing business environment, SMEs are vital for the growth of the Slovenian economy. They have potential to contribute substantially to the economy and can provide a strong foundation for the growth of new industries as well as strengthening existing ones. Within this group of more than 182.089 SMEs there is a notable subset of fast-growing, dynamic businesses. Since global crisis started in 2008, they have almost exclusively generated new, net job creation and growth of BDP. While large companies and other economy is recovering, they are growing rapidly, showing high profitability and increased number of employees. In the empirical study we examined the impact of firm specific variables on the growth in sales revenue and employees of fast growing SMEs in Slovenia. The study utilizes panel data of a sample of 200 firms observed from 2009 to 2013 in Slovenia using regression analysis. The determinants of growth were selected as identified by previous studies, and were size (measured by operating revenue and numbers of employee), age, indebtedness, internal financing, factor productivity. Our findings of panel regressions show that labor productivity has positive, and size, age and net cash flow have negative influence on growth of operating revenue, which mean, that larger and older companies grow slower. Positive influence on growth of employees have again labor productivity and this time also net cash flow. On the contrary, negative influence have size, age and current liquidity. Growth of SMEs is an important indicator of a thriving economy, but still it is often overlooked by policy makers. More needs to be done to raise awareness of the importance of these businesses and to create a business environment that will be beneficial for SMEs development.
Keywords:small and medium enterprises (SME’s), firm growth, panel data analysis, regression analysis, growth factors


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