Technical Allocative And Economic Efficiency - Thesis

Technical Allocative And Economic Efficiency - Thesis-15
The specific objectives of this thesis are to: estimate the cost of these services using standard costing methods; and analyse the same data sets using parametric (stochastic frontier analysis) and non-parametric (data envelopment analysis) techniques in order to identify whether, and to what degree, the services were being delivered efficiently.Applying efficiency measurement techniques illustrated that standard costing methods disguise a high degree of inefficiency.Analysis showed that the factors positively affecting production of broilers are DOC, feed, and medicine.

The specific objectives of this thesis are to: estimate the cost of these services using standard costing methods; and analyse the same data sets using parametric (stochastic frontier analysis) and non-parametric (data envelopment analysis) techniques in order to identify whether, and to what degree, the services were being delivered efficiently.Applying efficiency measurement techniques illustrated that standard costing methods disguise a high degree of inefficiency.Analysis showed that the factors positively affecting production of broilers are DOC, feed, and medicine.

The general objective of the study was to calculate the production efficiency of broiler farmers using the closed house system in three Sub-districts of Malang East Java, Indonesia.

Cross-sectional data were used to analyze the factors affecting production and production costs, factors causing technical inefficiency and technical, allocative and economic efficiency.

By investigating production practices, costs related to inefficiencies can be identified and addressed.

The thesis illustrates that if something is deemed worth doing then it should be carried out in a way which ensures the optimum use of scarce resources.

The capability of broiler breeders using closed house system in addressing environmental issues and resource allocation decision varies, due to the diversity of farmers ability, regional potential and business environment.

Differences in the ability of farmers will have an impact on output generated due to a combination of the use of a number of factors of production.

Most of the research concerned with the economics of health systems has focussed on allocative efficiency.

Specifically, much effort has been devoted to the development and application of techniques of economic evaluation.

In 2010, the population of broiler reached 1,115,108,029 thousand heads, an increase of 5% from the previous year.

Broiler meat production in 2010 amounted to 1,184,366.15 thousand tons, an increase of 2.8% from the total production of chicken meat in the previous year.

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