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Parametric decomposition of the malmquist index in an output-oriented distance function: Productivity in Chinese agriculture

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  • Yu, Bingxin
  • Liao, Xiyuan
  • Shen, Hongfang

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  • Yu, Bingxin & Liao, Xiyuan & Shen, Hongfang, 2013. "Parametric decomposition of the malmquist index in an output-oriented distance function: Productivity in Chinese agriculture," IFPRI discussion papers 1244, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).
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    Agriculture; bias; Malmquist index; output distance function; scale efficiency; translog;

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