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Endogenous Common Weights as a Collusive Instrument in Frontier-Based Regulation

Bibliographic reference Agrell, Per Joakim ; Bogetoft, Peter. Endogenous Common Weights as a Collusive Instrument in Frontier-Based Regulation. In: Juan Aparicio, C. A. Knox Lovell, Jesus T. Pastor, International Series in Operations Research & Management Science : Advances in Efficiency and Productivity, Springer  2016, p. 181-194
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