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Latvijas valdības izdevumu efektivitātes novērtējums
[Measuring of public spending efficiency in Latvia]

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  • Krasnopjorovs, Olegs

Raksta mērķis – novērtēt Latvijas valdības izdevumu efektivitāti izglītībā un veselības aprūpē salīdzinājumā ar citām Eiropas Savienības valstīm, izmantojot divas neparametriskās metodes – FDH (Free Disposal Hull) un DEA (Data Envelopment Analysis). Atklāts, ka Latvijā valdības izdevumiem izglītībai ir salīdzinoši augsta efektivitāte, savukārt veselības aprūpes izdevumiem – zema. Turklāt abās nozarēs Latvijai ir augsta izmaksu efektivitāte (augsti starpmērķi – skolotāju, ārstu, slimnīcu vietu blīvums tiek sasniegts ar zemām izmaksām), bet zema sistēmas efektivitāte (augsti starpmērķi neatspoguļojas sektoru galamērķos – mācību sasniegumos un mūža ilgumā).

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Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 47581.

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Date of creation: 01 Feb 2009
Publication status: Published in Latvijas Universitātes Raksti / Scientific Papers University of Latvia 743 (2009): pp. 117-128
Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:47581
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  1. Afonso, Antonio & St. Aubyn, Miguel, 2006. "Cross-country efficiency of secondary education provision: A semi-parametric analysis with non-discretionary inputs," Economic Modelling, Elsevier, vol. 23(3), pages 476-491, May.
  2. Herrera, Santiago & Pang, Gaobo, 2005. "Efficiency of public spending in developing countries : an efficiency frontier approach," Policy Research Working Paper Series 3645, The World Bank.
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