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Accounting for externalities in the measurement of productivity growth: the Malmquist cost productivity measure

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  • Ball, E.
  • Fare, R.
  • Grosskopf, S.
  • Zaim, O.

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  • Ball, E. & Fare, R. & Grosskopf, S. & Zaim, O., 2005. "Accounting for externalities in the measurement of productivity growth: the Malmquist cost productivity measure," Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, Elsevier, vol. 16(3), pages 374-394, September.
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