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Analisis de la eficiencia tecnica de las explotaciones lecheras

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El objetivo de este documento de trabajo es estimar y analizar la eficiencia tecnica de un conjunto de explotaciones lecheras en una de las zonas pre pirenaica de la Peninsula Iberica. El metodo de analisis consiste en la estimacion de funciones de producción frontera, una parametrica y otra no parametrica. A partir de las mismas se obtendran dos medidas de la eficiencia tecnica individual de cada explotacion, lo que nos permitira contrastar si la medida de la eficiencia tecnica depende del metodo empleado en su estimacion. Los datos utilizados provienen de la Red Contable Agraria de Navarra y estan referidos al año 1994.

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  • Belén Iraizoz Apezteguia & Manuel Rapun Garate & Idoia Zabaleta Arregui, 1998. "Analisis de la eficiencia tecnica de las explotaciones lecheras," Documentos de Trabajo - Lan Gaiak Departamento de Economía - Universidad Pública de Navarra 9822, Departamento de Economía - Universidad Pública de Navarra.
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