technical efficiency

technical efficiency

A term of art for the degree to which the production of a given output (product or service) reflects the least-possible input, material, cost or labour. Cost-effectiveness is a benchmark of technical efficiency.

technical efficiency

The extent to which the most appropriate technologies, e.g., MRI studies, are devoted to the solution of problems, such as the diagnosis of diseases of the spinal cord, regardless of their economic costs or sociopolitical impact.
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Contract awarded for Performing small electrical works in facilities and at the university of science and technology in agh in krakow resulting from the occurrence of failures and the need to maintain facilities and infrastructure in full technical efficiency kc-zp.
Therefore, in addition to estimate technical efficiency of Vietnam's rice farming which aids to improve rice production, measurements of cost efficiency should not be overlooked as well.
It has been found that the average technical efficiency scores for non-exporting firms is slightly greater than the exporting firms.
The present also focuses on technical efficiency and identifies its linkage with the firm size.
(1) This measurement depends upon surgeons' technical efficiency because they usually use the biggest portion of the operating room time.
We investigate the mechanism through which EF can affect economic performance, measured by a country's technical efficiency, or deviation from the production frontier.
Studies have shown that technical efficiency measures for Ghana's agriculture are low.
For sub groups, technical efficiency (92.1%) was more for medium farmer while allocative (74.2%) and economic efficiency (63.8%) was higher for large farmer.
Measuring firms' performance using technical efficiency approaches which assessed the efficiency of transferring from inputs into outputs with given level of technology is a very popular methodology.
This is the very first study, which analyzes technical efficiency and its sources for the large scale manufacturing industries (LSMI) of Pakistan through DEA double bootstrap technique.
Technical efficiency, or its opposite term--inefficiency, is a heterogeneous phenomenon and varies both over time and across countries.
This study aims at analyzing farmer's level of technical efficiency in the use of factors of production and the factors affecting the level of technical inefficiency.
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