Depending on the spatial and thematic scope of a RwL, very different (allocative
and authorative) resources and rules (interpretative schemes and norms) are involved.
Similarly, the more than 90% level of allocative
and economic efficiency was found in only 2.86% and 1.43% farmers, respectively.
We think of their simple, transparent method as a first-pass diagnostic of allocative
Moreover, we show that the reallocation effect is stronger in sectors that were more exposed to competition from developing countries; a fiercer competitive environment--especially in low value-added sectors--might have favored an improvement of allocative
efficiency through the exit of the least productive firms and the reallocation of resources towards the most productive ones.
Thus, in the absence of technical efficiency change, TFPG of the sector in India as well as in the states is calculated as the sum of technical progress (TP), Scale change (SC) and allocative
efficiency change (AEC).
"static efficiencies" that conduct generates are efficiencies that relate to the economic-efficiency proficiency with which the actor produces its pre-choice product and/or distributive services (or finances its pre-choice operations).
its commitment to preserving allocative
efficiency with respect to the
efficiency depends on the initial distribution of resources, which depends on the initial allocation of property rights.
Last, where cost data is readily available for the health sector, further research would revolve around cost, allocative
and profit efficiencies of health facilities in Kenya.
While highest allocative
efficiency rate was 44,41 %, it meant that farmers from cacao+coconut+patchouli intercropping pattern in conducting their farming had allocative
in-efficiency of 55,59 %.
As for the allocative
efficiency both minimal overbid auction, and second-best rebid auction give additional rights to the second-best bidder, thus increasing his chances for winning the auction.