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Xu, Xiaosong
Jeffrey, Scott
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rice production
productive efficiency
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English
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China
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1995/10
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doi:10.7939/R3930P169
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Productive efficiency for Chinese hybrid and conventional rice production is estimated using a dual stochastic frontier efficiency decomposition model. Results reveal significant differences in technical and allocative efficiency between conventional and hybrid rice production, and indicate significant regional efficiency in hybrid rice production, but not in conventional rice production.
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