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One-sided elasticities and technical efficiency in multi-output production: A theoretical framework

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  • Hadjicostas, Petros
  • Soteriou, Andreas C.

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  • Hadjicostas, Petros & Soteriou, Andreas C., 2006. "One-sided elasticities and technical efficiency in multi-output production: A theoretical framework," European Journal of Operational Research, Elsevier, vol. 168(2), pages 425-449, January.
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