Call for Papers: DEA
Operations Research and the Management Sciences (Informs) Annual conference, October 20-23, 2019 in Seattle, Washington.
Call for Papers: Governance and efficiency assessment of public services
7th Workshop on Efficiency in Education, Health and other Public Services, Universitat Internacional de Catalunya (Barcelona, Spain), September 5th and 6th 2019
Abstract submission: CLICK HERE
This is a kind reminder that the deadline for submitting papers to the 7th Workshop on Efficiency in Education, Health and other Public Services is now approaching:
We are editing a special issue in Socio-Economic Planning Sciences.
Authors presenting their work at the Workshop can submit their paper for evaluation and eventual publishing in our special issue. We invite you to visit the “special issue” section on our website.
We are pleased to confirm that the keynote speakers for the conference are:
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Looking forward to meeting you all in Barcelona!
Local organising committee
7th International Workshop on Efficiency
Call for Papers: Data Envelopment Analysis and its Applications
OR61: Annual Conference, 3-5 September 2019, University of Kent, UK
Abstract submission: CLICK HERE
I would like to issue an invitation to take part in the Data Envelopment Analysis Stream of the OR61 Conference. This conference will be held in University of Kent, UK from 3rd to 5th September 2019. Contributions from both the academic and the non-academic communities are welcome.
This stream covers papers on the theme of efficiency and productivity analysis and performance management. Both parametric and non-parametric papers will be considered. We especially welcome papers on the theory, methodology and application of Data Envelopment Analysis and econometric methods in performance management. Of particular interest are successful applications of performance and efficiency analysis in the real world, for example in banking, healthcare, education, transportation, Energy, and so on.
If you are interested in making a presentation, please submit a title of your talk no later than 15th June 2019. See details at: at http://deazone.com/en/or61.
Deadline for submission abstract: June 30, 2019
The Centre for Efficiency and Productivity Analysis (CEPA) at the University of Queensland invites you to attend a two-day intensive course on Productivity and Efficiency Analysis Using R. The course will focus on measures of productivity and efficiency that are of practical relevance to policymakers. Unlike many courses in productivity and efficiency analysis, this course will teach participants how to measure productivity change in ways that are consistent with measurement theory. Participants will then learn how piecewise frontier models (PFMs), deterministic frontier models (DFMs) and stochastic frontier models (SFMs) can be used to explain variations in productivity. Finally, participants will get hands-on experience analyzing productivity change using R.
|Date:||Saturday 4 May – Sunday 5 May 2019|
|Time:||8.30am for a 9.00am start to 6.00pm|
|Location:||Room 113, Chamberlain Building (35) UQ St Lucia|
|Presenter:||Professor Chris O’Donnell|
|Cost:||$1000 (inc GST) standard fee. $600 (inc GST) full-time students. The cost includes lunches, refreshments and a copy of Professor O’Donnell’s new book, Productivity and Efficiency Analysis: An economic Approach to Measuring and Explaining Managerial Performance.|
I hope you can join us for this exciting course. Limited places are available, so you are advised to book early. Please forward this email to anyone you think might be interested. Any enquiries should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is a pleasure to announce the 7th Workshop on efficiency and productivity analysis that will be held in Católica Porto Business School on the 13th of September 2019. Details on the workshop dates and call for abstracts can be found HERE.
The deadline for paper submissions is the 25th May 2019.
For further details please visit click here
I hope to see you in Porto next June,
Rua Diogo Botelho, 1327
4169-005 Porto, Portugal
Maria Conceição Andrade e Silva (Católica Porto Business School – UCP) (email@example.com)
Ana S. Camanho (Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
EURO2019 Dublin (30th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON OPERATIONAL RESEARCH)
Abstract submission deadline: February 8, 2019
Conference dates: June 23-26, 2019
Conference website: www.euro2019dublin.com
We are organizing the stream “Data Envelopment Analysis and Performance Measurement” at the upcoming EURO 2019 conference in Dublin, June 23-26, 2019.
We have the great pleasure of inviting you to participate in EURO 2019 conference and submit a paper to this stream. To submit the paper, please visit https://www.euro2019dublin.com/abstract-submission and use the invitation codes given below:
62b9b671 Performance Measurement topics (contributions to the Stream in any area of performance measurement, including DEA, Stochastic Frontier Analysis, Directional Distance Functions, productivity change, software developments, among others).
487cf325 DEA theory and methodological developments
694ed42f DEA applications in Education
d1c76901 DEA applications in Health
2574cacc DEA applications in Banking and Finance
7b2f4701 DEA applications in Agriculture and Food
78599f00 DEA applications in Energy
c747ed93 DEA applications to Sustainability and Development
In order to submit a paper, you need to have a EURO account. If you do not have one, please visit http://www.euro-online.org/web/accounts/register/ and sign up for a new account.
If you would like to organize an invited session, please let us know via email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org . We will send you the information that will allow you to invite people to submit abstracts online to your session. Each session consists of four papers.
Abstracts: max. 1500 characters; submission deadline: February 8, 2019.
Looking forward to seeing you in Dublin at EURO 2019!
Ana Camanho and Giovanna D´Inverno
Teaching Fellow / Senior Teaching Fellow in Business Analytics/Operational Research
|Location:||Aston University Main Campus|
|Salary:||£33,199 to £58,089 per annum|
|Grade 8 to 10|
|Closing Date:||23.59 hours GMT on Sunday 17 February 2019|
|Interview Date:||To be confirmed|
Aston Business School is a Triple Accredited University (EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA) and one of the leading Universities in the UK for academic research (in the recent REF we received 100% for Research Impact), excellent teaching (awarded Gold rating in the 2016/17 TEF) and business engagement. We are only one of three UK institutions with the Small Business Charter Gold Award. The University actively supports and finances academic spin-offs. The Operations and Information Management Department is organized in five teams – Systems Modelling and Simulation, Business Analytics, Operations Management, Global ICT Management and the Advanced Services Group – conducting research in various aspects of operations, analytics and IS/ICT. There is a thriving research culture in the Department, which has a strong reputation for being rigorous, relevant and impactful. We support participation in international conferences and supervision of PhDs via the Dean’s scholarships, and actively support business engagement / executive education opportunities.
As part of our growth strategy, we are seeking an inspirational and highly motivated individual to contribute to the development of the Department’s research, teaching, PhD/DBA supervision, and enterprise activities. We are seeking expertise in operations research techniques that can be used for gamification, systems thinking and operations management improvement, as well as skills in tools such as R, SAS, Unity, and other web-based technologies. Those who can teach operations research and business analytics applied to other areas of expertise within the Business School, and those that have experience of teaching at MBA level and/or distance learning are particularly welcome. We are keen to discuss new ideas in order to strengthen our research profile and complement our teaching and business support provision.
You will have a good first degree, or equivalent job experience. You should have experience of teaching at different levels – ideally at under-graduate and at post-graduate levels and have potential to deliver executive education courses. You should be at least Fellows of HEA (or equivalent). Membership of learned organization and possession of entrepreneurial skills, and a higher degree are highly desirable.
This post is being offered as a Teaching Fellow/Senior Teaching Fellow in Business Analytics / Operational Research. You will be appointed at a Teaching Fellow or Senior Teaching Fellow level dependent on your skills and experience.
Applications for part-time working are welcome.
The post is available to start as soon as possible.
|Further details:||Job Details University Information|
Further particulars and application forms are available in alternative formats on request i.e. large print, Braille, tape or CD Rom.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact HR via email@example.com
Aston University is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
Professor Ali Emrouznejad
Aston Group of Efficiency and Productivity (AGEP)
Courses on: Performance Measurement Using Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) at Aston University, UK
Professor Emmanuel Thanassoulis, Professor Ali Emrouznejad, Dr Dimitris Giraleas
SFA course: February 20-21, 2019
(Register before 15th December 2018 and save £200)
For registration and further details please CLICK HERE.
Benchmarking and productivity analyses – with economic applications and extensive hands-on activities
PhD School in Economics and Management at CBS
04 March 2019 – 08 March 2019
Professor Peter Bogetoft
Porcelænshaven 16B, PH16B-118
|A basic knowledge of quantitative methods and statistics is desirable, but the course will refresh the participants’ prior knowledge as we go along. The course will emphasize actual applications in research and consultancy, and will l train the use of opens source softwares like R. Participants are expected to bring their own notebooks to benefit fully from the hands-on activities.|
|The aim of this course is to introduce the participants to the theory and practice of performance evaluations and their usages in research, policy analyses, incentive schemes and regulation.
Specifically, the objectives are
Background: Productivity and efficiency analysis is a rapidly growing, interdisciplinary field of research in economics, management sciences, and statistics. In addition to the empirical research on the magnitude, direction, and sources of productivity growth, this literature has produced quantitative methods such as data envelopment analysis (DEA) and stochastic frontier analysis (SFA), which have diffused beyond their traditional confinement to production settings. These tools are used in many different application areas including environment, development studies, education, finance, health care studies, natural resource management, public economics, and sports studies, among other fields. The tools and approaches of productivity analysis are equally well suited for micro-level analyses of firms and other decision-making units as well as macro-level cross-country comparisons. Integration with incentive theory, mechanism design and decision support systems makes the tools relevant also in normative applications
|Day 1 ?* Welcome * Introduction and overview ?* Production and costs models ?* Firm behavior ?* Efficiency concepts * Introduction to softwares
Day 2 ?* Data Envelopment Analyses (DEA) * Non-discretionary, environmental, quality etc variables * Dual models * Game interpretations * Exercises.
Day 3 ?* Statistical inference in DEA * Bootstrapping * Two stage models * Stochastic Frontier Analyses (SFA) * Exercises
Day 4 ?* Reallocation, market and merger analyses * Decision Support Systems * Network models * Exercises
Day 5 ?* Efficiency and Incentives, * Contracts * Regulation * Yardstick competition, * Auctions * Exercises
|The course (5 ETCS) stretches over five days. Each day will consist of lecturing in the morning and conceptual discussions, presentation of applications by guests and course participants, and hands-on exercises in the afternoon.|
16th European Workshop on Efficiency and Productivity Analysis (EWEPA)
Conference dates: June 10-13, 2019
Conference Venue: Senate House, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HU, United Kingdom
Conference website: www.ewepa.org
EWEPA 2019 will mark the 30th anniversary of the first EWEPA conference. EWEPA has quickly become the leading biennial conference devoted to the methodology and application of productivity, efficiency and performance analysis of organisations. Following the success of the preceding EWEPA held in London in 2017, we expect a very large number of academics and practitioners from all continents to take part in EWEPA 2019.
The Organising Committee invites presentations on different topics in the fields of productivity and efficiency. This includes theoretical issues of productivity analysis, popular parametric and nonparametric methodologies, such as stochastic frontier analysis and data envelopment analysis, bootstrapping approaches and interfaces with related disciplines. We also welcome methodology and application papers concerned with the issues of measurement, understanding, incentivising and improving the performance of organisations in different sectors. We look forward to seeing you there!
Abstract submission is open NOW at www.ewepa.org
Registration starts: January 14, 2019
Abstract submission deadline: February 8, 2019
Notification of acceptance: February 15, 2019
Early registration ends: March 8, 2019
Author registration deadline for the abstract to appear in the printed programme: March 29, 2019
Conference dates: June 10-13, 2019
Queries may be addressed to Ms Ruth Cufflin at firstname.lastname@example.org
The EWEPA 2019 Organising Committee