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|Title: ||Non-radial profit performance: An application to Taiwanese banks|
|Authors: ||Jia-Ching Juo;Tsu-tan Fu;Ming-Miin Yu;Yu-Hui Lin|
|Issue Date: ||2017-10-20T03:44:09Z
|Publisher: ||The International Journal of Management Science|
|Abstract: ||This research modifies the directional Russell measure (DRM) of Fukuyama and Weber (2009)  to decompose the Nerlovian profit efficiency in Chambers et al. (1998)  so as to obtain a generalized measure that completely excludes technical inefficiency from allocative inefficiency. Based on such a decomposition, we further develop a new slack-based and profit-oriented productivity indicator, combining the Nerlovian profit measure with the conventional Luenberger productivity indicator (LPI), in order to provide a full picture of the sources of productivity change. Productivity change, based on the profit boundary, is decomposed into four components: the change in technical efficiency; the change in allocative efficiency; the shift of technology; and the price effect from outputs and inputs. This decomposition provides a more complete picture of the sources of productivity change. The above indicator is used herein to measure the productivity change of Taiwanese banks in terms of profit.
Non-radial profit performance: An application to Taiwanese banks. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/291185919_Non-radial_profit_performance_An_application_to_Taiwanese_banks [accessed Oct 20 2017].
|Relation: ||65 pp.111-121|
|Appears in Collections:||[運輸科學系] 期刊論文|
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