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Determinants of manufacturing productivity: pilot study on labor‐intensive industries

Shahidul Islam, S.T. Syed Shazali
2011 International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management  
Purpose -The purpose of this study is to address the impact of three issues: degree of skills, favorable working environment and R&D on manufacturing productivity of labor-intensive industries.  ...  Three categories of labor-intensive manufacturing industries (A, B and C) have been chosen to perform this research.  ...  Introduction The labor-intensive manufacturing industries are generally defined as industries where labor costs are more important than capital costs.  ... 
doi:10.1108/17410401111150751 fatcat:35xndplr4nb3rikazzfjvm6zym

Evaluation of machining content and labor intensity of manufacturing products of new nomenclature when determining the cost of fulfilling an order at highly specialized machine-building enterprises

Sergey N. Grigoriev, Vitaliy A. Dolgov, Pavel I. Umnov, Nikolay N . Fokin, Olga S. Proshkina, A. Glezer, S. Roshchupkin
2020 MATEC Web of Conferences  
The proposed estimation algorithm is based on the operational calculation of the machining content of cutting operations and the calculation of the reduced labor intensity of heat treatment operations,  ...  The problem of operational calculation of machining content and labor intensity of manufacturing parts of a new nomenclature, mainly processed by cutting, at highly specialized machine-building enterprises  ...  This research was funded by Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, Grant No. 0707-2020-0025.  ... 
doi:10.1051/matecconf/202032903076 fatcat:5supm6coqzbmnm6y2wybiwq2c4

Implementation of reengineering technology to reduce the terms of the technical preparation of manufacturing of aviation technology assemblies

Valeriy Sikulskiy, Kateryna Maiorova, Iurii Vorobiov, Maksym Boiko, Oleh Komisarov
2022 Eastern-European Journal of Enterprise Technologies  
The study is based on the equation for calculating the labor intensity of creating an assembly unit (AU) as a mathematical model for the formation and accumulation of components of the total labor intensity  ...  Comparing the labor intensity of creating DMU for the stabilizer of a helicopter has made it possible to establish that the labor intensity of solving the inverse problem is 3.7 times less than the labor  ...  of work on the creation of DMU AU of a helicopter in solving the direct and inverse problem of shape-formation; -to perform a comparative analysis of the labor intensity of creating a helicopter DMU AU  ... 
doi:10.15587/1729-4061.2022.258550 doaj:14c7d9420fd74c63bcc785f5174ec424 fatcat:bndau6jecnhvbapuxtrdyr4rq4

Big Reforms but Small Payoffs: Explaining the Weak Record of Growth in Indian Manufacturing

Poonam Gupta, Rana Hasan, Utsav Kumar
2009 Social Science Research Network  
Moreover, in so far as subsectors within manufacturing have performed well, these have been the relatively capital-or skill-intensive industries, not the labor-intensive ones as would be expected for a  ...  Labor Intensive Industry: Dummy that equals one when the industry has labor intensity above the median for industries.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1346042 fatcat:uaon777a6veszkn7snphqmkhmi

What Constrains Indian Manufacturing?

Poonam Gupta, Rana Hasan, Utsav Kumar
2008 Social Science Research Network  
In particular, industries dependent on infrastructure, or on external finance, and the labor intensive industries have not been able to reap the maximum benefits of reforms.  ...  They also emphasize the need to fully identify and address the factors inhibiting the growth of labor-intensive industries.  ...  Moreover, in so far as subsectors within manufacturing have performed well, these have been the relatively capital-or skill-intensive industries, not the labor-intensive ones as would be expected for a  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1347183 fatcat:epo4v2zu6faxfmfggu2oai3o7q

What Constrains Indian Manufacturing? [chapter]

Poonam Gupta, Rana Hasan, Utsav Kumar
2010 Emerging Giants  
In particular, industries dependent on infrastructure, or on external finance, and the labor intensive industries have not been able to reap the maximum benefits of reforms.  ...  They also emphasize the need to fully identify and address the factors inhibiting the growth of labor-intensive industries.  ...  Moreover, in so far as subsectors within manufacturing have performed well, these have been the relatively capital-or skill-intensive industries, not the labor-intensive ones as would be expected for a  ... 
doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199575077.003.0010 fatcat:4rrekh2o7ng67g3awdufxbtdyi

Caclulation Structure of Labor Costs for the Research and Development

Sergey Novikov, Andrey Sazonov
2020 Research in World Economy  
, creating incentives for work performers to reduce costs with R&D quality necessary level, for example, by keeping them parts of the resulting savings.  ...  result of the study is the multilateral algorithm development for determining the labor costs normative volume for a standardized object based on the use of two possible scenarios.  ...  The most typical methods for calculating the labor intensity of complex science-intensive products manufacturing are the method of reducing the absolute labor intensity by the same percentage for each  ... 
doi:10.5430/rwe.v11n3p50 fatcat:gnz3dstcmrb6bnqc5udxwbb4am

Use of qualimetry method in production labour estimation

D. Maksimov, H. Kalkis, Y. Perevoschikov, Z. Roja
2019 Agronomy Research  
Such agreement is contracted based on the implementation of concrete types of work processes in particular workplaces.  ...  The purpose of the research is to demonstrate use of qualimetry in the production organization, based on experience of several years in many industry organisations by focusing on engineering.  ...  Kanshaev from Udmurt State University, Institute of the Economics and Management for review of the drawings.  ... 
doi:10.15159/ar.19.127 fatcat:ncovk346x5fm5fudqxsb2k7omq

Work productivity in the sector of knowledge intensive services in relation to work productivity in the manufacturing industry

Jaromír Vrbka, Zuzana Rowland, Lukáš Frýd
2021 Trendy v podnikání  
Productivity is measured as gross value added to the labor. The quarterly data of the Czech Statistical Office for the period 1995-2020 are used for the analysis.  ...  classification of economic activities) on the manufacturing industry (section C).  ...  Acknowledgements This paper represents an output of the project "Approximation of unobservable factors in classification problems" F4/19/2019 and the project TL02000136 -"Knowledge intensive services sector  ... 
doi:10.24132/jbt.2020.10.4.4_8 fatcat:n5fqfuuzhrfzfgwy6fgzvhyqsq

Assessment of production manufacturability of the design in the product life cycle

B. M. Bazrov, M. L. Kheifetz, V. L. Hurevich, N. N. Popok
2020 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus Physical-Technical Series  
Separate coefficients take into account the influence degree of various constituent stages on the labor intensity of production and maintenance, repair and disposal of the product structure.  ...  On the basis of technical and economic analysis of the properties of relations between design and technological solutions, a method for the integral assessment of production manufacturability by combining  ...  labor intensity of preparatory and final work for the parts manufacture, L 32 -the labor intensity of technological transitions for the parts manufacture, L 33 -the labor intensity of auxiliary transitions  ... 
doi:10.29235/1561-8358-2020-65-4-422-432 fatcat:6wue5xdzbjc6ddkwc36zoakw2q

Reliability analysis for an apparel manufacturing system applying fuzzy multistate network

Ping-Chen Chang, Yi-Kuei Lin
2015 Computers & industrial engineering  
The studied apparel manufacturing system is a precise handicraft profession which involves a great amount of labor-intensive processes.  ...  This paper addresses the reliability analysis for a real-world apparel manufacturing system by using fuzzy mathematics.  ...  This paper works on the reliability evaluation for a high valueadded apparel manufacturing system.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cie.2015.07.023 fatcat:yi534hoj7rgejdwwvhapvmxxjq

DO ENVIRONMENTAL INVESTMENTS FOR PRODUCTION PAY OFF? A STUDY IN VIETNAM'S SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES

Tung Nhu Nguyen, Gerald Goh Guan Gan, Seyed Mehrshad Parvin Hosseini
2021 International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy  
We realize that the impact of environmental investments for production on labor productivity is more advantageous in SMEs with higher capital intensity.  ...  The results also confirm that labor productivity is affected by capital intensity, firm size and firm age.  ...  LITERATURE REVIEW Impact of Environmental Investments for Production on Firm Performance There have been mixed empirical results on the impacts of environmental practices on firm performance.  ... 
doi:10.32479/ijeep.11836 fatcat:g6ckivegdbb47ezyrz2gewbieq

The impact of industry characteristics on firms' export intensity

Joana Reis, Rosa Forte
2016 International Area Studies Review  
Thus, the objective of the present study is to analyze the impact of industry characteristics (capital intensity, R&D intensity, labor productivity, export orientation, and concentration level) on the  ...  Hence it is important to study the factors that can affect the firm's export intensity, measure commonly used to assess the export performance.  ...  Thus, our work focuses on an external factor rarely addressed: the characteristics of the industry.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2233865916646560 fatcat:cxpnxlkhw5d3pguehxpwhcr2r4

Temporary Agency Work and Firm Competitiveness: Evidence from German Manufacturing Firms [chapter]

Sebastian Nielen
2016 Contributions to Management Science  
German manufacturing enterprises.  ...  Abstract This paper addresses the relationship between the utilization of temporary agency workers by firms and their competitiveness measured by unit labor costs, using a rich, newly built, data set of  ...  For Germany, Beckmann and Kuhn (2009) were the first to analyze the effect of temporary agency work on firm performance.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-29850-4_4 fatcat:uykxc5hrxvalpld66wpily4hbu

Temporary Agency Work and Firm Competitiveness: Evidence from German Manufacturing Firms

Sebastian Nielen, Alexander Schiersch
2011 Social Science Research Network  
German manufacturing enterprises.  ...  Abstract This paper addresses the relationship between the utilization of temporary agency workers by firms and their competitiveness measured by unit labor costs, using a rich, newly built, data set of  ...  For Germany, Beckmann and Kuhn (2009) were the first to analyze the effect of temporary agency work on firm performance.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1898546 fatcat:zgmtpe6hynh3xbkuv6urb7qjvy
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