|Statement||Mainak Mazumdar, Meenakshi Rajeev|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||2010319115|
A Comparative Analysis of Efficiency and Productivity of the Indian Pharmaceutical Firms: A Malmquist-Meta-Frontier Approach. efficiency levels. The present study evaluates the relative efficiency of the Indian pharmaceutical firms by acknowledging the differences in their investment capacity. This has been achieved by estimating its efficiency relative to a group-specific frontier as well as the global frontier. By adopting this new approach, the paper. Abstract. This chapter examines the productivity changes and its various components like efficiency, technical and the production possibility ratio (PPR) change for Indian pharmaceutical firms. The analysis reveals that due to policy changes the sector has experienced technological change a considerable number of : Mainak Mazumdar. The paper contributes to the literature on technical efficiency by using an unbalanced firm-level panel data for Indian pharmaceutical firms and examining the impact of stronger patent protection and deregulation on their efficiency.
This book explains how government support and institutional set up facilitated the evolution of the Indian pharmaceutical industry and provides an economic analysis of firm strategies due to recent policy changes. The book is useful for researchers interested in understanding the transition of a lifeline sector for an emerging economy like India. Blog. 24 April How to make a sales pitch on video; 22 April Strengthening a school community with Prezi Video; 22 April Engage your students during remote learning with . pharmaceutical firms in India and the CSIR with the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). It increased from 13 in to in (Goldar and Gupta, ). Also, there has been an increase in global patent filing by leading Indian pharmaceutical firms, from 33 in to in (Dhar and Gopakumar, , p). Since a single output four input technology was conceived for the pharmaceutical firms efficiency scores were available for (i) raw- material, (ii) power and fuel (iii) labour (iv) capital (v) and output. Table 1 provides the average efficiency scores obtained for the firms in the sample for each by: 4.
This book explains how government support and institutional set up facilitated the evolution of the Indian pharmaceutical industry and provides an economic analysis of firm strategies due to recent policy changes. The book is useful for researchers interested in understanding the transition of aBrand: Physica-Verlag Heidelberg. Efficiency Models in Data Envelopment Analysis Techniques of Evaluation of Productivity of Firms in a Growing Economy. Authors: Sengupta, J. K., Sahoo, B. Free Preview. Buy this book eB29 R&D Spending and Efficiency in Computer and Pharmaceutical Industries. Pages Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to measure technical efficiencies, slacks and input/output targets for 50 large Indian pharmaceutical firms. Design/methodology/approach – The data are collected from Prowess of Centre for Monitoring of Indian Economy for the financial year ‐ This study uses data envelopment analysis approach, taking raw material, salaries and wages. India's US$ billion pharmaceutical industry is growing at the rate of 14 percent per year. It is one of the largest and most advanced among the developing countries. The Indian pharmaceutical industry can reach a market size of US$ billion by A beginning has been made with the signing of General Agreement onFile Size: KB.