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000012351 245__ $$aAllocative vs. Technical Efficiency, and Related Matters in Linear Programming
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000012351 520__ $$aThe relationship between technical and allocative efficiency is examined by drawing on concepts of activity dominance in linear programming. The conclusion is reached that there is no fundamental distinction between technical and allocative efficiency. Other topics addressed in the paper, all connected by the common thread of activity dominance, include activity specification and the nature of returns to scale.
000012351 650__ $$aResearch Methods/ Statistical Methods
000012351 700__ $$aDrynan, Ross G.
000012351 773__ $$dAugust 1987$$jVolume 55$$kNumber 02$$o154$$q147$$tReview of Marketing and Agricultural Economics
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000012351 982__ $$gReview of Marketing and Agricultural Economics>Volume 55, Number 02, August 1987
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