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《Journal of Transportation Systems Engineering and Information Technology》 2016-06
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Assessing Air Transportation Enterprise Efficiency Based on Three-stage DEA Model

ZHANG Pei-wen;JING Chong-yi;SUN Hong;Airport and Transportation Management School,Civil Aviation Flight University of China;  
In the light of important position of air transportation enterprise in the civil aviation industry chain and its critical effect to modern economy development, the three-stage DEA model is used to study the efficiency of air transportation enterprise empirically, which overcomes the shortcomings that previous study did not eliminate environmental and stochastic factors. We find that the state-owned airlines are inclined to be less efficient because of being likely to waste resources. After adjusting environmental and stochastic factors through SFA, we find that both pure technology efficiencies have increased, while scale efficiencies have fallen substantially, and the private airlines particularly badly, which illustrates that the domestic air transportation enterprise already has strong resources allocating ability, but no scale economy advantages,especially regional aviation are urgently need to be actively guided and supported by government. Lastly,some policy proposals are put forward.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金(61179074);; 中国民航飞行学院科技基金(J2015-32)~~
【CateGory Index】: F224;F562.6
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