Issues in Business Management and Economics
Vol.2 (9), pp. 142-152, September 2014
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Original Research Article
Mechanism exploration and empirical analysis on capability coupling of Chinese agricultural enterprise between risk management and cost management
He Zhengtao* and Peng Jue
School of Economics and Management, Southwest University, Beibei, 400716, Chongqing, China.
*Corresponding Author Email: lyh_computer(at)sohu.com
The sustainable development of agricultural enterprises is very important for rural economy. At present, the high cost of agricultural production and operation poses a variety of risks and acts as a deterrent to agricultural enterprises having strong competitiveness. Based on the coupling mechanism analysis of agricultural enterprise risk management and cost management skills, the static and dynamic coupling model were built, and the comprehensive evaluation of enterprise risk management and cost management ability was conducted. Empirical analysis was carried out by sorting data and using the constructed models. The results showed that the coupling degree and coupling coordination degree were uneven. The enterprises who were senior coordination coupled accounted for only 25% the total number of samples while other enterprises’ coupling degree and coupling coordination degree were all below the intermediate level. Also it is found that the coupling degree and coupling development degree are positively correlated to agricultural enterprises’ operating results. Finally, suggestions for sustainable development of agricultural enterprises are put forward.
Key words: Agricultural enterprise, risk management ability, cost management skill, coupling mechanism, empirical analysis