Retorno do investimento em treinamento da pequena empresa em Cartagena

  • Martha Yanez Contreras Docente e pesquisadora, da Faculdade de Ciências Econômicas, Universidade de Cartagena, Cartagena, Colombia.
  • Karina Acevedo Gonzalez Jovem pesquisadora, da Faculdade de Ciências Econômicas, Universidade de Cartagena, Cartagena, Colombia.
Palabras clave: Treinamento, Método Generalizado dos Momentos, Retorno do investimento em treinamento, Variáveis instrumentais.

Resumen

O investimento em treinamento é um importante determinante da produtividade e eficiência no trabalho. O presente artigo mostra os resultados da estimação da taxa de retorno do investimento em treinamento da pequena empresa industrial em Cartagena. A metodologia proposta é a estimação de uma função de produção Cobb Douglas, uma função de salários e uma função de custos de treinamento, funções estimadas mediante modelos de efeitos fixos com variáveis instrumentais a partir do Método Generalizado dos Momentos (MGM). Os resultados mostram que um incremento num 10% nas horas de treinamento incrementa a produtividade em 4,5%, mas essas não tem impacto sobre os salários. A taxa de retorno obtida é de o 6,2% com uma taxa de depreciação de 17%.

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2013-08-14
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Yanez Contreras, M., & Acevedo Gonzalez, K. (2013). Retorno do investimento em treinamento da pequena empresa em Cartagena. Estudios Gerenciales, 29(128), 284-292. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.estger.2013.09.002
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