3 Second, since higher gains from efficient reallocation imply more misallocation in the actual economy, we can infer that the allocative
efficiency in the Korean manufacturing sector improved from 1982 to 1992 but worsened thereafter, erasing all gains by 2007.
Investigate the cross-country differences in firm-level productivity performance and allocative
efficiency before, during and after the financial crisis;
The effect of scale change is found to be very insignificant, mostly negative whereas the contribution of AEC is satisfactory implying that the manufacturing industries in India have achieved allocative
efficiency over the years.
The variable of age showed a negative and significant impact on allocative
The second legally-relevant, economic-efficiency-related effects that conduct can generate are allocative
two kinds of efficiency: allocative
efficiency and productive
Estimation of Allocative
efficiency was estimated by dividing economic efficiency by technical efficiency:
efficiency can be defined only upon prior specification of the normative criteria that one adopts to select the distribution of rights that constitute the basis of the efficiency assessment.
Last, where cost data is readily available for the health sector, further research would revolve around cost, allocative
and profit efficiencies of health facilities in Kenya.
Based on result of analysis in cacao+coconut+patchouli (KKN) intercropping farm, it concluded that efficiency in technical, allocative
and economic was high and feasible to work.
As for the allocative
efficiency both minimal overbid auction, and second-best rebid auction give additional rights to the second-best bidder, thus increasing his chances for winning the auction.
This paper uses a Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) technique with constant returns to scale and variable returns to scale to estimate the technical, allocative
, and economic efficiencies.