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Agribusiness Organization and Management

created Feb 12th, 11:35 by LeonardoCallado



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Agribusiness: The sector of the economy that is the sequence of interrelated activities made up of genetics and seed stock firms; agricultural input suppliers, agricultural
producers, agricultural commodity merchandisers, food processors, food retailers, and food consumers.
Capital structure: The mix of debt and equity used by a firm to finance its purchase of assets.  
DuPont analysis of profitability: A financial management tool that decomposes return on equity into its component parts: operating profit margin, asset turnover, and financial
Entrepreneurship The capacity and capability to identify new business opportunities and to successfully bring that opportunity to market and generate superior financial performance.
Porter's Five Forces analysis: A strategic framework useful for assessing industry structure and profitability that includes industry rivalry, power of buyers, power of suppliers, threat of substitutes, and threat of new entrants.
SWOT analysis: A strategic assessment at the firm level that includes an analysis of the firm's internal strengths and weaknesses in addition to the firm's external opportunities and threats.

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