Introduction to Data Envelopment Analysis and Its Uses: With Dea-Solver Software and References

  title={Introduction to Data Envelopment Analysis and Its Uses: With Dea-Solver Software and References},
  author={William W. Cooper and Lawrence M. Seiford and Kaoru Tone},
General Discussion.- The Basic CCR Model.- The CCR Model and Production Correspondence.- Alternative Dea Models.- Returns To Scale.- Models with Restricted Multipliers.- Discretionary, non-Discretionary and Categorical Variables.- Allocation Models.- Data Variations.- Super-Efficiency Models. 
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