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Eficiencia técnica en el sector oleícola. Un nuevo método con factores ambientales

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En este trabajo analizamos la eficiencia considerando variables de entorno en el ámbito del sector oleícola de Andalucía. Se implementa un nuevo método con dos variables, como una ampliación del planteado en una publicación anterior por Dios-Palomares et al. Posteriormente se investiga sobre los posibles factores que influyen en la eficiencia con el fin de establecer perfiles y plantear estrategias de mejora. La eficiencia media encontrada es del 57%, siendo la pura del 70% y la de escala del 84%. En cuanto a la determinación de perfiles asociados con el nivel de eficiencia, podemos concluir que no se ha encontrado relación entre los niveles de eficiencia y las variables socioeconómicas como edad, antigüedad, y tecnologías de Internet. Sin embargo, son más eficientes las almazaras que se asocian para comercializar, así como las que realizan doble extracción y las que están situadas fuera del casco urbano.

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Paper provided by Centro de Estudios Andaluces in its series Economic Working Papers at Centro de Estudios Andaluces with number E2006/01.

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Length: 27 pages
Date of creation: 2006
Handle: RePEc:cea:doctra:e2006_01
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