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Analysis of Firm-Specific and Macroeconomic Factors Affecting the Performance of Hotel Sector in United Kingdom: Profitability and its Determinants

Tan, Mei Syen (2019): Analysis of Firm-Specific and Macroeconomic Factors Affecting the Performance of Hotel Sector in United Kingdom: Profitability and its Determinants.

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Abstract

This study looking for the determinants that may affect the profitability in the hotel sector in United Kingdom. The goals is to identify the firm-specific factors, macroeconomic factors and the firm-specific and macroeconomic factors that may affect the profitability. The approach used in this research is the statistical and regression techniques which test for the association of these variables the level of significance. Upon these considerations are discussed, the liquidity risk and credit risk have greatest impact on productivity. This will allow greater consideration of competitiveness for other business field and may lead to the future work on the profitability determinant.

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