Problems in the methodology of assessing the activities of economic entities
Field of study
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Business and Business Management
International Business Management
Problems in the methodology of assessing the activities of economic entities
Problems in the methodology of assessing the activities of economic entities
Sergey Kaledin
Ekaterina Shestakova
Field of study
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Business and Business Management
International Business Management
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Attention of the reader is offered actual problems existing at the present time when assessing the economic activity of enterprises and the resulting difficulties in attracting financial resources from potential domestic and foreign investors. A lot of Russian entities have problems in the methodology of assessing.
One of the topical problems is the problem of choosing the optimal structure of capital, i.e. determination of the ratio of own and long-term borrowed funds. Production reserves in the Russian accounting system are either goods purchased for later sale, or raw materials used for production.
For a financial manager, stocks are immobilized funds, i.e. funds withdrawn from circulation. Without such an immobilization is indispensable, however, indirect losses should be minimized. To minimize the costs of maintaining current stocks at the proper level, the approach based on the concept of the optimal order (delivery) order is used. In the theory of inventory management, special models have been developed to determine the volume of one order lot and the frequency of orders.

ISBN 978-1-5342-0383-9
Imprint Glasstree Academic Publishing
DOI 10.20850/9781534203839
Copyright 2018, Sergey Kaledin
Copyright License Standard Copyright License
Type of Publication Monograph (standalone)
Peer Review Status Double blind, Under Review
Audience Professional
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