The comparative performance of the public enterprise sector in Turkey: a Malmquist productivity index approach
Public Turkish manufacturing industry have a lower overall rate of productivity growth than the country's private Turkish manufacturing industry. In the Malmquist productivity index, where utilization of new technology is one of the factors considered, both sectors appeared to have comparable exposure to new technology. Managerial inefficiency, however, is found to be more evident in the public sector than in the private sector.
Publication Name: Journal of Comparative Economics
A recursive thick frontier approach to estimating production efficiency
A new panel data evaluating model RTFA (Recursive Thick Frontier Approach) is introduced for estimating production and cost functions in manufacturing industries.
Publication Name: Oxford Bulletin of Economics & Statistics
Inter- and intrabrand competition and the manufacturer-retailer relationship
Research is presented describing the study of brand management and the use of vertical retailer schemes for promoting the success of certain brands.
Publication Name: Journal of Institutional & Theoretical Economics
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