Print ISSN: 2204-1990

Online ISSN: 1323-6903

Keywords : cost


Identifying Dimensions of hospital cost management in Iranusing structural equation modeling

Mahsa Ghaziasgar, Shaghayegh Vahdat, Somayeh Hessam, IravanMasoudi asl, HoseinMoshiriTabrizi

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 5, Pages 321-328
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.05.021

Aim: Hospitals as the most important providers of healthcare services around the world, are
facing a wide range of duty and cost of services. This article aimed to identifying the key
dimensions affecting in the cost management of Iran hospitals.
Methods: This descriptive study was performed in two qualitative and quantitative stages. First
factors influencing hospital cost management were extracted through literature and interview
with 20 experts in the field of hospital governance and proposed model was designed. Then a
questionnaire was developed and data was collected from 207 experts in the staff-and-line sector
of Tehran University of medical sciences. The research model was analyzed using exploratory
and confirmatory factor analysis in SPSS22 and Lisrel software.
Results: Five dimensions influencing hospital cost management were identified. Human
resource management and consumption resource management with factor of 0.88 and 0.71 had
the most and least significant efforts on hospital cost management.
Conclusions:This finding revealed that, for optimal hospital cost management, while considering
all five factors, human resource management should be emphasized

A Forecasting Study on Electricity Consumption in Indian Textile Industries: An Economic Analysis

Amose, T; Sreedevi. N; Jeyakumar K.R

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 2, Pages 4676-4692
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.02.492

Electricity as an important input plays a vital role from each and every economic
movements for the development of the country at global level. Textile industry is not differed
from this context; it provides outputs to trade at International markets. In India, textile
industry is one among the important industries which supports economic development and
trade balance. Hence, supply and demand for electricity in Indian textile industries are the
signified economic processes to attain maximum output. Hence, the study emphasised
electricity consumption and its cost which effects from consumption per unit of electricity for
the Indian textile industry. This study brought out secondary data collected from various
published articles and reports. It covers 30 years of forecasted data collected from 2001 to
2030 (Estimated). And data have been analysed by statistical tools such as correlation and
regression. Findings of the study has highlighted that there is close relationship within and
between the dependent and independent variables. Finally, the study has been concluded with
effective policy recommendations with an overview of study.

A study on the Cost and Return at different levels of milk production per Cow

Priyo Basumatary; Aminuz Zaman; Anand Kumar Bhujel

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 1, Pages 4303-4309

The cost and return on milk production is an important consideration for the dairy farmers to continue the activities of dairy farming. The study is undertaken with the objective of ascertaining the cost and return on production of milk at different levels of production. To conduct this study the researcher has obtained primary data from 40 dairy farms in Kamrup metro and Morigaon districts. The result shows that the dairy farmer garners higher return on direct sale to customers and hotels. There is an economies of scale in fodder and labour cost incurred for the dairy farmers rearing maximum number of cows with higher productivity. The increasing cost of feeds and fodder and lack of skilled manpower is a major constraint for the dairy farmers to continue dairy farming activities

Human Capital Valuation in the Knowledge Economy of Kazakhstan

Ramzan E. Janshanlo; Oksana Yu. Kogut; Bakyt B. Sultanova; Urazgul K. Jakisheva; Almira Z. Arystambaeva

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2020, Volume 26, Issue 1, Pages 217-234
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2020.26.01.027

The aim of this work is to provide a variety of approaches and methods for assessing the value of human capital at the macro and micro levels, which are used in the economic literature. Human capital is a resource and mechanism of the organization''s innovative activity; the effectiveness of its use affects the development of the economy as a whole. The authors critically and comprehensively review the various existing methods
for assessing human capital and systematize them. The study considered an example of the analysis of the human development index (HDI) in Kazakhstan. Trends in HDI formation and use have been identified, and a multifactorial regression model of HDI has been developed. The authors propose to calculate the assessment of the value of the human capital of an organization using the example of the author personally. To assess the value of human capital, it is necessary to use a cost-based methodology. The proposed method considers the initial cost of human capital of a particular employee and the cost of knowledge, acquired by him as a result of advanced training. A multifactorial correlation-regression model of the HDI has been developed.