Heterogeneity of Total Factor Productivity of Export Tobacco Enterprises Under the Link of Tobacco Production Scheduling

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Zhenjun Cai


The production scheduling of tobacco enterprises belongs to the production arrangement level, that is, to the decision-making management level. Production scheduling chain management started relatively late in tobacco enterprises. Methods: By combining TFP and production scheduling chain through scheduling coordination function, they can achieve the same goal of organic link. This can enable tobacco enterprises to develop products with excellent quality and stable performance, so as to improve the export volume and create considerable economic benefits. Results: The TFP (total factor productivity) of enterprises from the perspective of heterogeneity to test the applicability of the new trade theory to China's agricultural export enterprises. It measures the TFP and its heterogeneity from the micro enterprise level, and shows that the average increasing rate TFP of China's agricultural export enterprises is 4.2%. At the regional level, the TFP growth rate in the western region is the highest. The TFP of state-owned enterprises is the lowest, with an average increasing rate of 6.6%. Conclusion: More attention should be paid to the active introduction of new factors to accelerate the establishment and development of a modern tobacco system. Moreover, advanced factors of the Internet, digitization, and intelligence should be combined to promote an in-depth integration of the producer services, advanced manufacturing industry, and modern agriculture to achieve free flow and effective allocation of various factors for technical progress.

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