A Scale Elasticity Measure for Directional Distance Function and its Dual

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Valentin Zelenyuk;

In this paper we introduce a scale elasticity measure based on directional distance function for multi-output-multi-input technologies and explore its fundamental properties. Specifically, we derive necessary and sufficient condition for equivalence of the scale elastic... View more
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