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allocation

[‚al·ə′kā·shən]
(petroleum engineering)
The amount of oil or gas distributed from a well per unit time.
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Burki and Khan (2005) analyse the implications of allocative efficiency for resource allocation and energy substitutability.
Allocative efficiency is an economic one divided by technical one, as stated as follows EA = EE/ AT (2.
The problem of devising desirable allocative mechanisms to coordinate the division of labor between different communities won't go away, and advocates of community-based economics do not provide a satisfactory answer to how they would coordinate cooperation between communities that under close scrutiny always turn out to be only "semi-autonomous.
Positive allocative efficiency and technical efficiency effects are the main drivers of the observed results, except for South Asia where allocative efficiency effects are negative.
The evaluation of technical efficiency, allocative efficiency cost efficiency for the selected sample Leasing Company is presented in Table-4 for cost DEA.
In their discussion of allocative justice, the authors clearly fear that some may recall the history of centrally-rationed systems used in the past.
Gross margin and Stochastic Frontier production function were used in estimating the profitability; and technical and allocative efficiencies of the farmers, respectively.
Panayotakis notes the significance of Lionel Robbins' widely influential definition of 'economics' as being concerned with inherent scarcity, the necessity of choice and the quest for allocative efficiency.
Demsetz thought that this allocative advantage of patents
The second--efficiency--is a multifaceted criterion, as it is important to consider: allocative efficiency, i.
Furthermore, they found that the low level of cost efficiency of the Korean construction industry was largely due to allocative inefficiency.
We focus on cost, revenue, scale, technical, and allocative efficiencies.