|ČÁMSKÁ Dagmar||VYSOKÁ ŠKOLA EKONOMICKÁ V PRAZE|
|Spoluautoři KLEČKA Jiří|
This paper investigates the level and evolution of productivity (total productivity and partial productivity). The investigation is done on the sample of selected Czech metallurgical enterprises and it uses the time period 2006-2011 which allows the comparison of development before crisis period and during crisis period. It discovers the reaction of these companies during crisis. The paper identifies and analyzes the value productivity which is an indicator of level and changes in technical economic efficiency of production factors. This is an important factor in achieving enterprise objectives. This paper works with the contemporary concept of value productivity which means indicators of the productivity expressing the effect of economic efficiency not only of inputs consumption, but also of inputs binding efficiency. The inputs consumption is expressed as a relation of output value and accounting costs. The inputs binding efficiency is expressed as a relation of output value and binding costs, derived from costs of total capital.