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Efficiency measure from dynamic stochastic production frontier

Rym Ben Ayed Mouelhi

Efficiency measure from dynamic stochastic production frontier

application to Tunisian textile, clothing and leather industries

by Rym Ben Ayed Mouelhi

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Published by Economic Research Forum in Dokki, Cairo .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementRym Ben Ayed Mouelhi and Mohamed Goaied.
SeriesWorking paper -- 0235
ContributionsGoaied, Mohamed.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 2009/52303 (H)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination20 p.
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23921261M
LC Control Number2009321724

appendix c: stochastic production frontiers Stochastic production frontiers were initially developed for estimating technical efficiency rather than capacity and capacity utilization. However, the technique also can be applied to capacity estimation through modification of the inputs incorporated in the production (or distance) function. Efficiency Measurement in Greek Dairy Farms: Stochastic Frontier vs. Data Envelopment Analysis. i * 1 i i. y TE y. θ . (6) This measure can be compared directly with the measure of technical efficiency obtained under the stochastic production frontier. Both techniques consider the observed.

Buy Dynamic and Stochastic Efficiency Analysis: Economics of Data Envelopment Analysis on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. stochastic production frontier (SPF) is an alternative method that has been used to estimate efficient (frontier) production in fisheries (Kirkley and DuPaul ; Kirkley et al. , ) and may be a useful method for developing a measure of capacity under certain.

  This video will deal with some time-varying and time-invariant model of stochastic frontier analysis using STATA. Some advance model of the inefficiency effects model of .   Selection of Stochastic Frontier Analysis (SFA) approach or Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) approach for measuring efficiency is controversial. In the present study, the parametric SFA approach has been employed to estimate the technical efficiency of Malaysian domestic banks for the period –


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Efficiency measure from dynamic stochastic production frontier by Rym Ben Ayed Mouelhi Download PDF EPUB FB2

The analysis of production, cost, etc. in the stochastic frontier framework involves two steps. In the first, the frontier model is estimated, usually by maximum likelihood. In the second, the estimated model is used to construct measures of inefficiency or Size: 1MB.

(). Efficiency Measure from Dynamic Stochastic Production Frontier: Application to Tunisian Textile, Clothing, and Leather Industries. Econometric Reviews: Vol Cited by: The results suggest that the system GMM estimation of the dynamic specification produces the most accurate parameter estimates and technical efficiency measure.

Mean efficiency scores is of 68%. Policy implications of the results are -invariant technical inefficiency, Stochastic production frontiers, Dynamic panel data, Textile Author: Rim Ben Ayed-Mouelhi and Mohamed Goaied.

Emphasis in the laboratory sessions will be on estimation of stochastic frontier models and using them to compute measures of economic efficiency. Course participants will apply the techniques on their own computers using the LIMDEP/NLOGIT computer program and several real data sets that have been used in applications already in the literature.

Efficiency Measure from Dynamic Stochastic Production Frontier: Application to Tunisian Textile, Clothing, and Leather Industries This paper adresses the measurement of technical efficiency of textile, clothing, and leather (TCL) industries in Tunisia through a panel data estimation of a dynamic translog production frontier.

Purpose The consistency of stochastic frontier analysis (SFA) and data envelopment analysis (DEA) cost efficiency measures using a sample of commercial and domestic banks in the United States. Estimating the Basic Stochastic Production Frontier Estimation of () usually hinges on distributional assumpti ons for the v i and u i.

Such assumptions are required to estimate. Abstract DEA and stochastic frontiers are two alternative methods for estimating frontier functions and thereby measuring efficiency of production.

DEA involves the use of linear programming whereas stochastic frontiers involve the use of econometric by: 3. Efficiency Measure from Dynamic Stochastic Production Frontier: Application to Tunisian Textile, Clothing and Leather Industries - Economic Research Forum (ERF). • The Stochastic frontier production function model (single Stochastic Frontier Analysis – time invariant efficiency ln yit =β0 + efficiency measuring Advantage: simplicity of understanding.

Disadvantage: they fail to consider the multidimensional input and output process, and are. after) of stochastic frontier analysis (SF A, hereafter) with limited and qualitativ e depen- dent v ariable (LSF A, hereafter).

As pointed out by Kumbhak ar (), measuring TE of. Because the stochastic production frontier produces relative measure of efficiency or inefficiency, the appropriate performance criterion is the rank correlation between true and estimated by: Key words:Stochastic frontier production, Technical efficiency, Inefficiency effects, Panel data.

JEL Classification: C23, D24, Q INTRODUCTION In the usual stochastic frontier model it is acknowledged that the estimation of production or cost functions. T1 - Efficiency measurement in the stochastic frontier model. AU - Ondrich, Jan. AU - Ruggiero, John. PY - /3/1. Y1 - /3/1. N2 - Deterministic models of technical efficiency assume that all deviations from the production frontier are due to by: Therefore, the stochastic frontier models, like the deterministic models, cannot produce absolute measures of efficiency.

Moreover, we show that rankings for firm-specific inefficiency estimates produced by traditional stochastic frontier models do not change from the rankings of the composed errors.

As a result, the performance of the deterministic models is qualitatively similar to that of the stochastic frontier by: Using panel data on cereal farms, it is found that the usual technical efficiency measures used in stochastic production frontiers are significantly sensitive to the extended correction for.

This study adopts the dynamic panel data estimation program provided by OxMetrics software and adopts GMM for empirical analysis.

Based on Equation, which is a dynamic stochastic production frontier regression equation, let production adjustment parameters of the two sample airport groups (public and private) be λ g (g = 1, 2).Author: Ying-Hsiu Chen, Po-Lin Lai.

A Note on Theory of Productive Efficiency and Stochastic Frontier Models 1. The half – normal model 2. The fixed effects model 3. The random effects model 4. The latent class model The Half – Normal Model The essential form of the stochastic production frontier model [see Aigner et al.

()] is: y it x it v it u i (9). over time as a AR(1) process in a stochastic frontier (SF) framework in a panel data framework. Following are the distinguishing features of the model. First, the model is dynamic in nature. Second, it can separate technical inefficiency from fixed firm-specific effects which are not part of inefficiency.

Third, the model al. In a parametric setting, measurement and decomposition of TFP growth relies on the estimation of the production frontier using the technique of Stochastic Frontier Analysis (SFA), introduced by Aigner, Lovel, and Schmidt () and Meeusen and van den Broeck ().

The most challenging task while measuring the efficiency of the decision making. Results from a stochastic frontier production function and technical inefficiency effects model reveal that Thai SMEs are overwhelmingly labour intensive with low average technical efficiency in both by: This book will prove to be invaluable for every serious researcher using SFA to measure production efficiency.' Subhash C.

Ray - University of Connecticut 'This book is a significant contribution to an applied introduction to stochastic frontier analysis. Stochastic Frontier Analysis Random production limits depend for the purpose of estimating the technical efficiency of the capacity.

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