System Approach to Efficiency and Productivity Measurement: Multi-Level Network Production Models

  • When9am—5pm

  • When21 and 22 November 2022

  • WhereRoom 309, Steele Building (#3), UQ St Lucia or Online

About the workshop

The Centre for Efficiency and Productivity Analysis (CEPA) is hosting a two-day workshop. Day one of the workshop will consist of lectures delivered by Prof Chris O’Donnell, covering topics regarding productivity and efficiency measurement; including Production Theory, Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA), Stochastic Frontier Analysis (SFA) and Index Number Theory.

Day two of the workshop will consist of lectures delivered by Dr Antonio Peyrache, covering topics in relation to multi-level production models using DEA. These topics will include industry efficiency models, parallel network models, series and dynamic network models, optimal allocation of resources and themes for future research.

The field of Network DEA (one half of the overall course) has been growing exponentially in the last decade and the workshop will provide attendees with an overview of the field and the main research challenges that lie ahead.

Enrolled participants will be provided with several recorded video tutorials showing how to use these models with real data in R-Studio.

View the program 

The workshop will be held in a hybrid format, with both in-person and online registration options available. 

Workshop Fees

Single dayBoth days

A 50% discount will apply for students.

A 25% discount will apply for staff.

Register for the Workshop

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Following the workshop, CEPA is hosting a free two-day conference on Productivity, Regulation and Economic Policy, find out more information and register here.