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Measuring Efficiency of Primary Milk Cooperative Societies: A Case Study of South Goa

International Journal of Business Ethics in Developing Economies

Volume 4 Issue 2

Published: 2015
Author(s) Name: Suraj M. Popker, Guntur Anjan Raju | Author(s) Affiliation:
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Abstract

This paper endeavors to measure efficiencies of primary dairy milk cooperatives societies using the non-parametric technique of data envelopment analysis and attempt is also made to have the comparative picture as dos audit report correctly reflect the efficiency of primary dairy cooperatives societies in audit classification. The empirical results show that 13 of the 20 primary dairy cooperatives are found to be efficient and, thus, define the efficient frontier of the primary dairy cooperatives, with the TE scores range from 0.404 to 1, with an average of 0.936. As far as comparative study of efficiency and audit classification is considered it is found that audit classification dos not reflects the efficiency of primary dairy societies.

Keywords: Audit Classification, DEA, Efficiency

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