Evaluation of economic efficiency of small manufacturing enterprises in districts of Wielkopolska province using interval-valued symbolic data and the hybrid approach
Marek Walesiak , Grażyna Dehnel
AbstractThe article describes a hybrid approach to evaluating economic efficiency of small manufacturing enterprises (employing from 10 to 49 people) in districts of Wielkopolska province. The analysis was based on data prepared in a two-stage process. First, a dataset of 2,162 observations was obtained for three metric variables describing economic efficiency of small manufacturing enterprises. These unit-level data were aggregated at district level and turned into interval-valued symbolic data. Economic efficiency of small manufacturing enterprises was evaluated using a hybrid approach. In the first step, multidimensional scaling (see Borg and Groenen, 2005; Mair et al., 2017) is applied to obtain a visual representation of objects in a two-dimensional space. In the next step, a set of objects is ordered linearly based on the Euclidean distance from the pattern (ideal) object. The proposed approach provides new possibilities for interpreting linearly ordered results of a set of objects.
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Papież Monika, Śmiech Sławomir (eds.): The 12th Professor Zelias International Conference on Modelling and Forecasting of Socio-Economic Phenomena. Conference Proceedings, Socio-Economic Modelling and Forecasting, no. 1, 2018, Fundacja Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Krakowie, ISBN 9788365907202, 611 p., DOI:10.14659/SEMF.2018.01
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|Keywords in English||small enterprises, interval-valued symbolic variables, multidimensional scaling ,composite measures|
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