Managerial and program inefficiency for European meat manufacturing firms: A dynamic multidirectional inefficiency analysis approach

Magdalena Kapelko , A. Oude Lansink

Abstract

This paper proposes a dynamic multidirectional inefficiency analysis approach within the context of Data Envelopment Analysis to measuring input- and investment-specific managerial and program inefficiency for groups of firms characterized by different technologies. Dynamic managerial inefficiency refers to the distance to the firms’ group-specific dynamic frontier of best practices, and dynamic program inefficiency measures the difference between the group-specific dynamic frontier and the pooled dynamic frontier. The empirical application focuses on panel data of large meat processing firms in Eastern, Western and Southern Europe over the period 2005–2012. The results show that Eastern European firms have the highest dynamic managerial inefficiency for all inputs, but have the smallest values for dynamic program inefficiency. Western European firms perform worst in terms of program inefficiency for all inputs, while Southern European firms are the best with regard to dynamic managerial inefficiency. The results also reveal that regardless the dynamic inefficiency dimension considered, investments is the most inefficient input, followed by labor, and materials
Author Magdalena Kapelko (MISaF / IZM / KL)
Magdalena Kapelko,,
- Katedra Logistyki
, A. Oude Lansink - [Wageningen University and Research Centre]
A. Oude Lansink,,
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Journal seriesJournal of Productivity Analysis, ISSN 0895-562X, e-ISSN 1573-0441, (A 25 pkt)
Issue year2018
Vol49
No1
Pages25-36
Publication size in sheets0.55
Keywords in EnglishData Envelopment Analysis, Program inefficiency, Managerial inefficiency, Dynamic inefficiency, Multi-directional inefficiency, Meat processing industry
ASJC Classification2002 Economics and Econometrics; 3301 Social Sciences (miscellaneous); 1403 Business and International Management
DOIDOI:10.1007/s11123-017-0519-1
URL https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007%2Fs11123-017-0519-1.pdf
Languageen angielski
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