Weak Disposability in Nonparametric Production Analysis: Undesirable Outputs, Abatement Costs, and Duality. Timo Kuosmanen MTT Agrifood Research Finland → Helsinki School of Economics. Background.
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Weak Disposability in Nonparametric Production Analysis:Undesirable Outputs, Abatement Costs, and Duality
MTT Agrifood Research Finland
→Helsinki School of Economics
Good outputs (v)
Bad outputs (w)
Definition (Shephard, 1970):
(a.k.a. Activity Analysis, Data envelopment analysis (DEA))
Minimum extrapolation principle:
Estimate production possibility set T by the smallest subset of (x,v,w)-space that
“A full axiomatic investigation undertaken by the authors has proved that:”