2 edition of Productivity in Swedish electricity retail distribution found in the catalog.
Productivity in Swedish electricity retail distribution
1991 by Gothenburg University School of Economics and Legal Science in [Göteborg, Sweden] .
Written in English
|Statement||by Lennart Hjalmarsson and Ann Veiderpass.|
|Series||Memorandum ;, no. 151, Memorandum (Göteborgs universitet. Nationalekonomiska institutionen) ;, nr. 151.|
|LC Classifications||HC371 .M45 nr. 151|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||39 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||96104562|
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Productivity in Swedish Electricity Retail Distribution Lennart Hjalmarsson and Ann Veiderpass* University of Gothenburg, Sweden Abstract This paper examines productivity growth in electricity retail distribution in Sweden in a multiple output-multiple input framework.
The approach used is nonparametric Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA). Productivity is measured by means of the. This article examines the efficiency of electricity retail distributors in Sweden in a multiple output multiple input framework. Productive efficiency measures are calculated by use of different versions of the non-parametric Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) by: Productivity in Swedish Electricity Retail Distribution.
This paper examines productivity growth in electricity retail distribution in Sweden in a multiple output-multiple input framework.
The approach used is nonparametric Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA). Productivity is measured by means of the Malmquist index.
This article examines the efficiency of electricity retail distributors in Sweden in a multiple output multiple input framework. Productive efficiency measures are calculated by use of different versions of the non-parametric Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) method.
Hjalmarsson, L. and A. Veiderpass () “Productivity in Swedish Electricity Retail Distribution,” Scandinavian Economic Jour S–S CrossRef Google Scholar Hjalmarsson, L. () Metoder i Forskning om Produktivitet och Effecktivitet m,ed Tillämpningar pa Offentlig Sektor, Finansdeparte-mentet Ds Cited by: productivity change in Swedish electricity retail distribution.
According to the authors (ibid) productivity is an important concept in the electricity industry. For instance their study shows a high rate of productivity growth in this specific sector. In addition the authors (ibid) emphasize that productivity can be measured in several ways.
Swedish retail electricity distribution: a non-parametric approach to efficiency and productivity change By Ann Veiderpass Topics: Kraftöverföring Distribution Elektrisk Industri Sverige, Ekonomisk Teori Fördelningslära Allmän JämviktsläraAuthor: Ann Veiderpass.
Retail markets Electricity The same three incumbents, Vattenfall, Fortum andin the wholesale market hold 42% of the retail market. Unlike the wholesale power market the retail market is national in scope.
Inthere were retail electricity suppliers, though smaller players have occasionally found it difficult to enter the File Size: KB. The change in maximal price or allowable costs over time Productivity in Swedish electricity retail distribution book be based on an `RPI−x' formula, where the productivity element, x, plays a crucial role in addition to general price or cost increases.
1 The Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Administration (NVE) as the regulatory body has therefore commissioned a study of the efficiency and productivity development of the distribution utilities as Cited by: The New Electricity Act.
Work on revising the old Swedish Electricity Act from was carried on during and with the aim of introducing new regulations on January 1st However, parliamentary elections in September brought the Social Democrats back to power.
This paper focuses on productivity trends in electricity distribution. We apply two methodologies for estimating productivity growth - an index based approach, and an econometric cost based approach - to data on 73 Ontario distributors for the period to The resulting productivity growth estimates are approximately -1% per year, Cited by: 6.
This paper examines productivity growth in electricity retail distribution in Sweden in a multiple output-multiple input framework.
The approach used is nonparametric data envelopment analysis. Veiderpass, "Productivity in Swedish Electricity Retail Distribution" Knut Anton Mork Center for Research in Economics and Business Administration and Norwegian School of Management, Oslo, Norway The study by Hjalmarsson and Veiderpass (hereafter HV) is a useful addition to the productivity literature.
It confirms the general picture of a. The distribution of total productivity across units for the period –91 is presented in Fig. Each histogram represents a unit and the width of the histogram is proportional to each units average share of (labor) input calculated over the three years.
One large unit shows a high productivity growth Cited by: Downloadable. Norwegian distribution companies have been subjected to an incentive regulation scheme fromand the efficiency incentives were further strengthened with the introduction of yardstick regulation in We examine the productivity development for these companies in the period from to Using three benchmarking methods, DEA, SFA, and StoNED, we examine productivity.
Two phases were used in this study to measure the company's productivity. In phase one, productivity was measured using the outputs data based on the electricity delivered (excluding) the technical losses in order to obtain the accurate productivity of the by: 1.
The Swedish natural gas network is small compared to the rest of Europe, and consists of km of transmission pipelines and circa km of distribution pipes. The natural gas network is located on Sweden’s south-west coast.
In addition, there is a city and a. International Applications of Productivity and Efficiency Analysis features a complete range of techniques utilized in frontier analysis, including extensions of existing techniques and the development of new techniques. Another feature is that most of the contributions use panel data in a.
Research Institute of Industrial Economics P.O. Box SE 15 Stockholm, Sweden [email protected] IFN Working Paper No. Inventory Behavior, Demand, and Productivity in Retail Florin Maican and Matilda Orth.
Majority of electricity production in Sweden relies on hydro power and nuclear the consumption of electricity in Sweden was 16 kWh per capita, compared to EU average kWh per capita. A specialty of the Nordic energy market is the existence of so-called electricity price areas, which complicate the wholesale commodity market.
The electricity supply and consumption were. competition.2 One of the most widely used methods in electricity networks is price cap regulation (RPI-X).
This method sets the maximum rate of increase for the regulated prices equal to the inflation rate of retail prices index (RPI) minus a productivity growthFile Size: KB. Hjalmarsson, L. and A. Veiderpass (), “Productivity in Swedish Electricity Retail Distribution,” proceedings of a symposium on productivity concepts and measurement problems, Uppsala,Cited by: Hjalmarsson L, Veiderpass A () Productivity in Swedish electricity retail distribution.
Scand. J of Econ – View Article Google Scholar 2. Ahmed R () Rice Economy of Bangladesh Progress and Prospect. Econ and Polit Wkly (Septomber 4, ). View ArticleCited by: Vattenfall is one of Europe`s largest generators of electricity and largest producer of heat. Vattenfall`s main products are electricity, heat and gas.
In electricity and heat, Vattenfall works in all parts of the value chain: generation, distribution and sales. Productivity is nothing but reduction in wastage of resources like men, material, machine, time, space, capital etc.
It can be expressed as human efforts to produce more and more with less and less inputs of resources so that there will be maximum distribution of benefits among maximum number of people. Productivity denotesFile Size: KB.
Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) is becoming an increasingly popular tool for assessing the relative performance of industries and companies.
By applying DEA theory to the non-financial sector, the relative efficiency of 27 listed corporations in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has been analyzed in this paper.
The focus of the study has been on the impact of the financial crisis and the recovery Cited by: 2. Total factor productivity (TFP) is a widely used measure to calculate productivity.
There are two kinds of methods to calculate TFP: a) Stochastic Frontier Analysis (SFA), which is parametric, and b) Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA), which is nonparametric.
The two alternative approaches have different strengths and by: Malmquist Indices of Pre and Post-Deregulation Productivity, Efficiency and Technological Change in the Singaporean Banking Sector. Efficiency and ownership in Swedish electricity retail distribution, Productivity Developments in Swedish pharmacies A non-parametric approach.
productivity level comparisons between industries have to address the tricky issue of currency conversion.1 Productivity growth measurement avoids this question and constitutes a useful starting point, given its frequent use in analysis and policy formulation.
• Second, the manual focuses on the measurement of productivity at the industry Size: KB. TFP of Aus and Boro from DEA estimation cannot be forecasted by ARIMA.
Conceived and designed the experiments: MKH AAK MAB AM. Performed the experiments: MKH AAK MAB AM. Analyzed the data: MKH. Wrote the paper: MKH. Hjalmarsson L, Veiderpass A () Productivity in Swedish electricity retail distribution.
Scand. J of Econ - Cited by: The empirical work employs a database matching customer-based measures of firm performance with traditional measures of business performance, such as productivity and Return on Investment (ROI).
The central feature of this database is the set of customer satisfaction indices provided by the Swedish Customer Satisfaction Barometer (SCSB).Cited by: "Reprinted from the Journal of productivity analysis vol.
3, nos. 1/2 ()." Description: 1 online resource (vi, pages): illustrations: Contents: Editors' Introduction.- Efficiency and Ownership in Swedish Electricity Retail Distribution.- A Comparison of Parametric and Non-Parametric Efficiency Measures: The Case of Norwegian Ferries ow of new products (e.g.
books, music). Although shipping costs can increase the cost of many products purchased via electronic commerce and add substantially to the nal price, distribution costs are signi cantly reduced for digital products such as nancial services, software, and travel, which are important e-commerce segments.
The authors analyze the impact of privatization on the performance of electric utilities in 10 Latin American countries. The analysis makes a number of contributions to the literature on changes in infrastructure ownership. First, this is the first systemic analysis of the impact of privatization on the distribution of the electricity sector.
The opening up of electricity retail markets to competition has been controversial. From a theoretical perspective, it has been argued that various market imperfections, such as switching costs, complexity and informational requirements, creates obstacles to the functioning of electricity retail markets, at least at the household end.1 From an.
Business in Australia: Retail Trade. If you have adapted, modified or transformed this work in anyway, please use the following, Source: based on Productivity Commission data, Relative Costs of Doing Business in Australia: Retail Trade.
An appropriate reference for this publication is: Productivity Commission During this period the overall price of electricity for households in Sweden increased. From a low of euro cents per kilowatt hour (kWh) in the first half ofprices reached to Relative Performance of Public and Private OwnershipUnder Yardstick Competition: Electricity Retail Distribution (with L.
Hjalmarsson) European Economic Review (Highest Quality Ratingcited by ANBAR Electronic Intelligence) Vol 42 Labor-use Efficiency in Swedish Social Insurance Offices (with L. Hjalmarsson) Journal of Applied Econometrics. Rate BES is a bundled service tariff applicable to most residential and lighting retail customers, and also most nonresidential retail customers with loads less than kW, or select types of customers with loads over kW that are not declared competitive, that have not elected service from a RES, under Rider PPO, or under Rate BESH.
Electricity Industry Act (EIA), which revised the strict ownership separation between distribution and retail by allowing distribution back into retailing, and relaxed further the separation between distribution and generation by raising the threshold further for ownership separation between distribution and generation.
The electricity price for usage between 1, and 2, kWh has been lower in Iceland than in the other Nordic countries since Danes have paid most for their electricity, and Swedes, Norwegians and Finns pay % more than Icelanders.
The price of electricity in ISK/kWh has been quite stable in the usage ranges common among households.1 TOTAL FACTOR PRODUCTIVITY AND PERFORMANCE-BASED RATEMAKING FOR ELECTRICITY AND GAS DISTRIBUTION Jeff D.
Makholm, Agustin J. Ros and Meredith A. Case1 Abstract: Using publicly-available data from the U.S. Federal Energy Commission and other sources, we measure total factor productivity for 72 U.S. electricity and combination electricityFile Size: KB.Relative performance of public and private ownership under yardstick competition: electricity retail distribution SC Kumbhakar, L Hjalmarsson European Economic Review 42 (1),