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|Title||Managerial and other characteristics affecting the industrial sector's performance|
In this paper, the performance of 105 firms (the study sample out of 523 firm, study population) is analysed. For the purpose of this analysis, all sample firms are classified into three groups: Clothing, Food and Others (NB Others include all types industries except clothing and food industries. Another classification for these firms depends on the size of the firm as reflected in the numbers of workers being employed. Size one includes firms which have from 5 to 9 workers, while size two includes firms employing ten workers or more. In our attempt to compare and contrast the different firms' performance, two different types of indicators are used. The first is general and descriptive. The second type includes growth of employment (GE) and Cost per job creation (CJC) or capital intensity (K/L) as a technology indicator.
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