Review article

Potential development directions of methods for assessing and evaluating the efficient performance of construction organizations

UDC: 

65.011.4

DOI: 

10.23968/1999-5571-2020-17-6-238-245

Pages: 

238-245

Annotation: 

The article presents the study results of potential directions for the development of methods for assessing and evaluating the efficient performance of construction organizations that increase the objectivity of assessing and evaluating the results of activities in the field of production and sale of construction products (works, services) and the quality of management decisions. The authors propose systematization of the applied and recommended methods of assessing and evaluating the economic efficiency of construction organizations. Herewith, several methods are considered, namely: the integrated cost method based on a comprehensive accounting of the totality of production, management, commercial and transaction costs; the integrated resource method that implements the concept of accounting for the applied totality of labor, material, technical and financial resources; the resource-integral method based on the symbiosis of resource and cost methods; the optimization method reflecting the concept of a criterion approach; the polystructural method, reflecting the concept of measuring and assessing economic efficiency based on the assessment of the growth potential of construction organizations, due to the influence of factors of intensification of production; the index method based on the concept of following the «golden rule of enterprise economics». A potential methodological approach to assessing alternative types of efficiency (socio-economic, socio-ecological, ecological-economic, ecological-socio-economic ones) in the Descartes spatial coordinate system is proposed.

Authors: 

Chepachenko N. V. Emperor Alexander I St. Petersburg State Transport University St. Petersburg, Russia

Yudenko M. N. St. Petersburg State University of Economics St. Petersburg, Russia

Nikolikhina S. A. Emperor Alexander I St. Petersburg State Transport University St. Petersburg, Russia

Polovnikova N. A. Emperor Alexander I St. Petersburg State Transport University St. Petersburg, Russia

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