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the act of distributing or the condition of being distributed

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a share set aside for a specific purpose

(computer science) the assignment of particular areas of a magnetic disk to particular data or instructions

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In this article, we apply Hsieh and Klenow's (2009) method to the microdata on the Republic of Korea (hereafter Korea) manufacturing sector to study the evolution of allocative efficiency over a quarter century (1982-2007).
Measures of allocative efficiency based on Hsieh and Klenow (2009), and Petrin and Sivadasan (2013) to analyse the role of allocation and selection.
Using panel data of the organized manufacturing industries of the states as well as all-India over a period from 1981-82 to 2010-11, pre-reform period (1981-82 to 1990-91), post-reform-period (1991-92 to 2010-11) and also during the two decades in the post-reform period (1991-92 to 2000-01 and 200102 to 2010-11], we have decomposed TFPG of the organized manufacturing sector into technological progress, changes in technical efficiency, scale effect and allocative efficiency effect.
In this study technical, allocative and economic efficiency of farmers is estimated.
uses in which the resources are employed to reduce the average allocative total cost or perhaps the average private total cost of producing a relevant quantity of an existing product by modernizing an existing plant to incorporate exclusively known-technology or by constructing a new plant that incorporates exclusively known-technology;
Aman and Haji (2011) estimated estimate technical, allocative and economic efficiency of rose cut- flower industries in Ethiopia using a Non-Parametric DEA model.
Second, legal rules may create negative externalities by imposing involuntary redistributions at the expense of those who do not consent to the allocative outcome, thereby failing to meet the Pareto efficiency criterion.
In its variable returns to scale (VRS) method, DEA does not require a priori knowledge of prices for the inputs and outputs so as to compute allocative efficiency of decision making units.
Allocative efficiency is an economic one divided by technical one, as stated as follows EA = EE/ AT (2.
A degree to which a given auction design manages to maximize the total surplus will be referred to as its allocative efficiency.
This study estimates total technical (TEcrs), pure technical (TEvrs), allocative (AE), and economic (EE) efficiencies of cotton growers in the district Dera Gazi Khan using data envelopment analysis (DEA) technique.
To achieve this goal, time has come to review the allocative and operational efficiencies of government expenditure to achieve maximum output.
The effects that drive the observed welfare impacts globally most under the climate change only scenario are the allocative efficiency and technical efficiency effects, (7) with the latter providing the bulk of the impact (Table 10).
Cost inefficiency is decomposed into its Technical and Allocative inefficiency components.