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On the joint determination of efficiencies in a data envelopment analysis context

C. Mar-Molinero

On the joint determination of efficiencies in a data envelopment analysis context

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Published by University of Southampton in Southampton .
Written in English


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Statementby Cecilio Mar Molinero.
SeriesDiscussion papers in accounting & management science / University of Southampton -- no.94-77, Discussion papers in accounting & management science (University of Southampton) -- no.94-77.
ContributionsUniversity of Southampton. Department of Accounting & Management Science.
The Physical Object
Pagination12p. ;
Number of Pages12
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Open LibraryOL18202896M

Data Envelopment Analysis”, Management Science, 30(4), Benneyan J, Sünnetçi A (). “Handling Proportional Data in Data Envelopment Analysis”, in preparation. Charnes A, Cooper W (), “Programming with Linear Fractional Functionals”, Naval Research Logistics Quarterly, 9, data envelopment analysis model was established to evaluate the relative efficiency of these 25 property and casualty insurance companies, and the team also took into consideration about the possible different weights assigned to inputs and outputs. Using the neo-classical theory of production economics as the analytical framework, this book, first published in , provides a unified and easily comprehensible, yet fairly rigorous, exposition of the core literature on data envelopment analysis (DEA) for readers based in different disciplines. The various DEA models are developed as nonparametric alternatives to the econometric models. proaches, data-envelopment analysis, which we discuss here, integrates multiple outputs and inputs into one calculation. 9. Residing in the domain of output-to-input-ratio measurement, data-envelopment analysis (DEA), which Charnes, Cooper, and Rhodes first proposed as an evaluation tool for decision units, solves many of the.


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On the joint determination of efficiencies in a data envelopment analysis context by C. Mar-Molinero Download PDF EPUB FB2

Beasley studied the multiproduct Decision Making Unit, and offered a model for the joint determination of efficiencies within a Data Envelopment Analysis context. He applied his model to evaluating the efficiency of teaching and research activities at universities. This paper explores the theoretical justifications for Beasley's approach by concentrating on the dual of his by: A variable returns to scale data envelopment analysis model for the joint determination of efficiencies with an example of the UK health service August European Journal of Operational.

A variable returns to scale data envelopment analysis model for the joint determination of efficiencies with an example of the UK health service. Mar MolineroOn the joint determination of efficiencies in a data envelopment context.

Journal of the Operational Research Society, 47 (), pp. Cited by: This handbook covers DEA topics that are extensively used and solidly based. The purpose of the handbook is to (1) describe and elucidate the state of the field and (2), where appropriate, extend the frontier of DEA research.

Zhu, Data Envelopment Analysis: A handbook of Models and Methods, Springer,ISBN About this Book Table of Contents. Data envelopment analysis (DEA) was initially proposed by Charnes, Cooper, and Rhodes for evaluating the decision making units (DMUs), via calculating their relative efficiencies.

Data envelopment analysis (DEA) is a linear programming methodology to measure the efficiency of multiple decision-making units (DMUs) when the production process presents a structure of multiple inputs and outputs. "DEA has been used for both production and cost data.

Utilizing the selected variables, such as unit cost and output, DEA software searches for the points with the lowest unit cost.

Avilés-Sacoto, S., Cook, W.D., Güemes-Castorena, D., and Zhu, Joe, Modelling efficiency in regional innovation systems: A two-stage data envelopment analysis problem with shared outputs within groups of decision-making units, European Journal of Operational Research, (in press) International Journal of Data Envelopment Analysis (IJDEA) Dear Researcher.

In line with the decision Dated /10/04 registered No. /10 of the Directors of the Islamic Azad University, The Science and Research Branch it is agreed that a sum of 1// Rials is charged for papers submitted for review upon approval of the editor and an additional 3// Rials upon Final approval.

The CCR ratio form introduced by Charnes, Cooper and Rhodes, as part of their Data Envelopment Analysis approach, comprehends both technical and scale inefficiencies via the optimal value of the ratio form, as obtained directly from the data without requiring a priori specification of weights and/or explicit delineation of assumed functional Cited by: From the Foreword: ′This book is an excellent tool for practitioners who are interested in the merits and pitfalls of the technique.

(The author′s) research is an example of inventiveness, diligence and accuracy′ - Freerk A. Lootsma, Delft Institute of Technology Data envelopment Analysis is a Mathematical Programme for measuring performance efficiency of organizational units.2/5(1).

Socially Responsible Investing (SRI) Value-Based or “Ethical” mutual funds: Create screens to prevent investment in organizations that promote or participate i. The data envelopment analysis, a non-parametric technique, has emerged as a popular management tool for measuring the performance of a set of entities, known as decision making units.

The book entitled Data Envelopment Analysis and Its Applications to Management is a collection of contributions from DEA experts from various countries and covers Format: Hardcover. I Title: Data Envelopment Analysis and Performance Measurement Subtitle (series): thProceedings of the 11 International Conference on Data Envelopment Analysis Venue: DEA, JuneSamsun, Turkey Edited by: Rajiv Banker, Ali Emrouznejad, Hasan Bal, Ihsan Alp, Mehmet Ali Cengiz Date: April Number of Page: pp ISBN: 1 1 File Size: 7MB.

This tutorial paper introduces the technique and uses an example to show how relative efficiencies can be determined and targets for inefficient units set.

The paper also considers a number of practical issues of concern in applying the technique. A bibliography of data envelopment analysis, Working paper, Dept of Industrial Engineering and. How Data Envelopment Analysis works Frontier Analyst is designed to help you measure and improve the performance of your organisation.

The quest for greater efficiency is never ending as managers are always under pressure to improve the performance of their organisations.

In data envelopment analysis (DEA), the occurrence of multiple reference sets is a crucial issue in identifying all the reference DMUs to a given decision making unit (DMU). To resolve this difficulty, we introduce the useful notion of maximal reference set (MRS) which contains all the reference DMUs.

Data Envelopment Analysis and Its Applications to Management xiii DEA compares to classical DEA and demonstrates, with examples, some properties of geometric DEA models, which might be beneficial in the practice of decision making and/or efficiency measurement.

Chapter Three deals with data sampling for large datasets using the DEA-neural network. Data envelopment analysis and performance management Edited By Ali Emrouznejad and Victor Podinovski Efficiency and Productivity Analysis in the 21st.

Using the neo-classical theory of production economics as the analytical framework, this book, first published inprovides a unified and easily comprehensible, yet fairly rigorous, exposition of the core literature on data envelopment analysis (DEA) for readers based in different : Subhash C.

Ray. DEAJ: Aims & Scope: Aims & Scope Editorial Board Author Instructions Submit a Manuscript: The Data Envelopment Analysis Journal, the official journal of the International Data Envelopment Analysis Society, publishes theoretical and applied research advancing the use of Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) as a methodology for improving organizational performance.

International Journal of Data Envelopment Analysis Science and Research Branch (IAU) M. Fallah Jelodar /IJDEA Vol.4, No.4, () 1. Introduction Data envelopment analysis (DEA) is one of the most popular tools in production management literature for performance Author: Mehdi Fallah Jelodar.

Supply chain management is an important competitive strategies used by modern enterprises. Effective design and management of supply chains assists in the production and delivery of a variety of products at low costs, high quality, and short lead times.

Recently, data envelopment analysis (DEA) has been extended to examine the efficiency of supply chain by:   Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) has been used to analyze the efficiency of the health sector in the developed world for sometime now. However, in developing economies and particularly in Africa only a few studies have applied DEA in measuring the efficiency of their health care systems.

This study uses the DEA method, to calculate the technical efficiency of 89 randomly sampled health Cited by: 1. Introduction.

Data envelopment analysis was originated in by Charnes et al. and the first DEA model was called CCR (Charnes, Cooper and Rhodes) model. The objective of DEA models is to evaluate overall efficiencies of decision making units (DMUs) that are responsible to convert a set of inputs into a set of by: Data Envelopment Analysis and Economics Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) is a nonparametric method of measuring the efficiency of a decision-making unit (DMU) such as a firm or a public-sector agency, first introduced into the Operations Research (OR) literature by Charnes, Cooper, and Rhodes (CCR) (European Journal of OperationalFile Size: KB.

In his book Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game, Michael Lewis described how the Oakland Athletics baseball team used statistical analysis to identify undervalued players.1 One lesson from the baseball world of “moneyball” is that we can’t always trust our intuition about how employees will perform.

Savvy business managers know that their intuition can often be misleading. Looking for abbreviations of DEA. It is Data Envelopment Analysis. Data Envelopment Analysis listed as DEA. Data Envelopment Analysis - How is Data Envelopment Analysis abbreviated.

"Review of ranking methods in the data envelopment analysis context," European Journal of Data Envelopment Analysis; DATA LINK; DATAC; DATACOA; DATACOM.

In a principal-agent relationship, although the principal (e.g., the investor) can control the inputs and decide the motivated payments to the agent (e.g., the top management team), she cannot have the ability to decide how many outputs she can be rewarded.

Since the motivated payments the agent gains from the principal are closely related to the uncertain outputs, they also have the Author: Linlin Zhao, Yong Zha, Liang Liang. Paper Efficiency Estimation using a Hybrid of Data Envelopment Analysis and Linear Regression John Dilip Raj, GE Capital Retail Finance ABSTRACT Literature suggests two main approaches, parametric and non-parametric, for constructing efficiency frontiers using which efficiency scores of other units can be based.

Data Envelopment Analysis is a method that health care service managers can use to evaluate the efficiency of each of their decision making units (DMUs).

It is helpful in determining whether your management system is among the most efficient and, if you are not the most efficient, how you can improve the efficiency of your DMUs.

included in the macro in order to accumulate efficiency values and produce a graphical comparison of efficiencies. Adler, N (). "Review of ranking methods in the data envelopment analysis context".

European journal of operational research (), (2), p. A SAS® Approach to Data Envelopment Analysis. Volume 3, Issue 1–2 Special Issue on DEA and Regulation Use of Data Envelopment Analysis for Incentive Regulation of Electric Distribution Firms.

An Application of Data Envelopment Analysis 10 A Data Envelopment Analysis Model for Risk Ranking of Rigid Subsea Pipes 11 Efficiency and Quality in the Current Higher Education Context in Europe 12 End-of Life Processing via Data Envelopment Analysis 13File Size: KB.

Methods: DEA (Data Envelopment Analysis) window analysis was performed on a 7-year data pool from five public hospitals provided by health authorities and institutional surveys. Results: The operational efficiencies of sample hospitals measured in this study (including technical efficiency,Cited by: 7.

Data envelopment analysis (DEA) is an application of linear programming that is used to determine the less productive (i.e., inefficient) service units among a group of similar service units.

DEA bases this determination on the inputs (resources) and outputs of the service units. Data Envelopment Analysis in Stata ChoonjooooLee ([email protected]) Yongong--baeaeJiJi([email protected]) Korea National Defense University, Republic of Korea StatataConference DC09 (July) PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version crosoft Corporation) and is completely compatible with Excel data sheets.

It can read a data set directly from an Excel worksheet and returns the results of computation to an Excel workbook. The code works on Excel as well. The results provide both primal (envelopment form) and dual. We describe Data Envelopment Analysis and provide an example.

We model the example with Linear Programming. Data envelopment analysis (DEA) models are widely used as a tool for evaluation of efficiency, performance or productivity of homogenous decision making units, i.e. units that produce several identical or equivalent effects. These effects can be denoted as the outputs of the decision making A SPREADSHEET BASED SYSTEM FOR DEA MODELS.

Measurement of efficiency in Africa. Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) has been extensively used in Asia [], the Americas [14,15] and Western Europe [] to shed light on the efficiency of various aspects of national health Africa, the application of DEA in the health sector has been quite by: Data Envelopment Analysis for Multiple Attribute Decision Making Bernrc'ider & Stix On The Applicability of Data Envelopment Analysis for Multiple Attriliute Decision Making in the Context of Information Systems Appraisals Edward W.N.

Bernroider Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, Department of Information Business.Using Data Envelopment Analysis: a Case of Universities Tomáš Rosenmayer 1 Abstract: The aim of this article is to analyse appropriateness and adequacy of use of Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) in several research papers dealing with effectiveness of economy of universities.

The Data Envelopment Analysis is an interesting methodFile Size: KB.