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Measuring the Effects of Price Environment: An Application to U.S. Industries

Abstract : Our study proposes a methodology for emphasizing price environment in a nonparametric setting. Compared to traditional allocative efficiency, our measure does not require resources reallocation at the firm level. Moreover, it supposes a comparison of prices among peers. Total price effect is obtained by calculating the ratio between technical efficiency scores obtained with quantity-based data and value efficiency scores obtained with value-based data. This methodology can be extended in order to obtain output-?and input-specific price effects. An application is proposed to study price environments for U.S. industries over the period?1987-2014.
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Jean-Philippe Boussemart, Herve Leleu, Raluca Parvulescu, Karina Shitikova. Measuring the Effects of Price Environment: An Application to U.S. Industries. Revue d'Economie Politique, Dalloz, 2019, 129 (1), pp.79 - 104. ⟨10.3917/redp.291.0079⟩. ⟨hal-02498130⟩

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