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An Analysis of Efficiency and Productivity of Metropolitan Urban Railway Corporation
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 Title & Authors
An Analysis of Efficiency and Productivity of Metropolitan Urban Railway Corporation
Kim, Haegon; Lee, Jinsun;
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 Abstract
This study analyzed the efficiency change and the factors affecting productivity change for the six railway operation corporations that are local public enterprises; study was performed with the DEA-CCR Model and Malmquist Productivity Index, using data collected from 2010 to 2014. Since it was not feasible to collect data on the operating expenses and the number of employees of each of the lines, the efficiencies of each operation corporation were analyzed by integrating the operation corporations, and the Malmquist Productivity Index was used to investigate the trend of the periodical productivity change. Average efficiency for urban railway operation corporations was found to be higher in the case of the bigger corporations. In 2014, the Seoul Metro and the Daejeon Metropolitan Express Transit Corporations were analyzed and found to be the most efficient operation corporations. The Malmquist Productivity Index was used to determine the periodical change; the average MPI was 1.06, with a continuous increase of productivity. The analysis showed that changes of technology were generally more obvious than change of technology efficiency for all six operation corporations.
 Keywords
DEA;Malmquist;Efficiency;Productivity;Urban railway corporation;
 Language
Korean
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