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Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

Volume 60, Number 11, 1 November 2009

Data envelopment analysis: theory and applications
pp. 1467-1468(2)
Authors: Emrouznejad, Ali; Podinovski, Victor V; Thanassoulis, Emmanuel

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A DEA analysis of risk, cost, and revenues in insurance
pp. 1483-1494(12)
Authors: Segovia-Gonzalez, M M; Contreras, I; Mar-Molinero, C

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A network-based approach for increasing discrimination in data envelopment analysis
pp. 1502-1510(9)
Authors: Liu, J S; Lu, W-M; Yang, C; Chuang, M

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On some generalization of the DEA models
pp. 1518-1527(10)
Authors: Krivonozhko, V E; Utkin, O B; Safin, M M; Lychev, A V

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A fast algorithm for determining some characteristics in DEA
pp. 1528-1534(7)
Author: Soleimani-damaneh, M

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Farrell revisited–Visualizing properties of DEA production frontiers
pp. 1535-1545(11)
Authors: Førsund, F R; Kittelsen, S A C; Krivonozhko, V E

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Multiobjective data envelopment analysis
pp. 1556-1566(11)
Authors: Chen, Y-W; Larbani, M; Chang, Y-P

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Nonlinear inputs and diminishing marginal value in DEA
pp. 1567-1574(8)
Authors: Cook, W D; Yang, F; Zhu, J

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Estimating indirect allocative inefficiency and productivity change
pp. 1594-1608(15)
Authors: Fukuyama, H; Weber, W L

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Book Selection
pp. 1609-1611(3)

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