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Classification of Data Envelopment Analysis models

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  • Anna Ćwiąkała-Małys
  • Violetta Nowak

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W artykule podjęto próbę klasyfikacji modeli badania efektywności względnej podmiotów gospodarczych, posługując się kryterium orientacji i korzyści skali. Wyróżniono zorientowane i niezorientowane modele DEA, w których przyjmuje się założenie o stałych lub zmiennych korzyściach skali. Charakterystykę modeli zorientowanych na nakłady i wyniki, które zakładają stałe korzyści przedstawiono na przykładzie modelu CCR. Model BCC natomiast został wykorzystany jako podstawowy przykład modelu zorientowanego o zmiennych korzyściach skali. W obu przypadkach przedstawiono graficzną interpretację granicy efektywności, miary efektywności oraz pierwotną i dualną postać modelu. Charakterystyki modeli niezorientowanych dokonano na przykładzie modeli addytywnych. Zaproponowano również inne kryteria podziału modeli DEA.

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  • Anna Ćwiąkała-Małys & Violetta Nowak, 2009. "Classification of Data Envelopment Analysis models," Operations Research and Decisions, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Management, vol. 19(3), pages 5-18.
  • Handle: RePEc:wut:journl:v:3:y:2009:p:5-18
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