productivity ratio

productivity ratio

[‚prä‚dək′tiv·əd·ē ‚rā·shō]
(petroleum engineering)
The amount of damage or improvement to reservoir formation permeability adjacent to the borehole (due to invasion or reduction of drilling mud present, drilling-fluid filtrate water, swollen clay particles, or salt or wax deposition).
The ratio of permeability calculated from the productivity index to the permeability calculated from reservoir buildup pressure.
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Since performance is the measure of a firm's outputs in relation to inputs it uses, this measure of performance is called productivity ratio and it is termed as natural measure of performance.8 To assess the performance of the exporting and non-exporting firms Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) has been used for large manufacturing firms of Pakistan.
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Recall from the paragraph following (2) that [[theta].sub.A]/[[theta].sub.B] [greater than or equal to] [y.sub.A]/[y.sub.B] because the income ratio never exceeds the productivity ratio. Combined with A4, this yields [[gamma].sup.g]/[[gamma].sup.b] > [y.sub.A]/[y.sub.B] so that match quality trumps income when these objectives conflict.
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It is interesting that one year before bankruptcy the conducted research showed this dependence in all ratios except for the first analysed ratio: general assets productivity ratio. Figure 1 shows the development of the variability of this ratio one year prior to the declaration of bankruptcy by the researched companies versus healthy companies.
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The first reason they cite is that Egyptian jobs should go to Egyptians, which is a cute notion if it wasn't for the whole "Egyptians don't want to work" thing, or that 300,000 Syrians equal less than a half percent of the Egyptian population, which means they won't really affect the Egyptian unemployment ratio, but stand to affect the productivity ratio positively, mainly because of their work ethic, and hopefully because it might push Egyptian workers to up their game due to competitiveness.

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