Thomas Weyman-Jones
Thomas Weyman-Jones
Emeritus Professor of Industrial Economics, Loughborough University
Verified email at lboro.ac.uk
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Determining the contribution of technical, efficiency and scale change to productivity growth in the privatized English and Welsh water and sewerage industry: 1985-2000
DS Saal, D Parker, T Weyman-Jones
Journal of Productivity Analysis 28, 127-139, 2007
318*2007
Efficiency and ownership in electricity distribution: a non-parametric model of the Turkish experience
N Bagdadioglu, CMW Price, TG Weyman-Jones
Energy economics 18 (1-2), 1-23, 1996
2221996
Ownership structure, institutional organization and measured X-efficiency
KJ Button, TG Weyman-Jones
The American Economic Review 82 (2), 439-445, 1992
2071992
Malmquist indices of productivity change in the UK gas industry before and after privatization
CW Price, T Weyman-Jones
Applied Economics 28 (1), 29-39, 1996
1591996
Cost functions and cost efficiency in electricity distribution: a stochastic frontier approach
P Burns, TG Weyman‐Jones
Bulletin of Economic Research 48 (1), 41-64, 1996
1541996
Measuring the efficiency of European airlines: an application of DEA and Tobit Analysis
MD Fethi, PM Jackson, TG Weyman-Jones
University of Leicester, 2000
1252000
Problems of yardstick regulation in electricity distribution
TG Weyman-Jones
1151992
Productive efficiency in a regulated industry: The area electricity boards of England and Wales
TG Weyman-Jones
Energy economics 13 (2), 116-122, 1991
1031991
Productive and allocative inefficiencies in UK building societies: A comparison of non-parametric and stochastic frontier techniques
L Drake, TG Weyman-Jones
The Manchester School of Economic & Social Studies 64 (1), 22-37, 1996
1011996
X-efficiency and technical efficiency
KJ Button, TG Weyman-Jones
Public Choice 80 (1-2), 83-104, 1994
931994
Technical and scale efficiency in UK building societies
L Drake, TG Weyman-Jones
Applied financial economics 2 (1), 1-9, 1992
781992
Measuring potential gains from mergers among electricity distribution companies in Turkey using a non-parametric model
N Bagdadioglu, CW Price, T Weyman-Jones
The energy journal 28 (2), 2007
572007
Regulatory incentives, privatisation, and productivity growth in UK electricity distribution
P Burns, TG Weyman-Jones
CRI, 1994
561994
Relative national efficiency and country size: evidence for developing countries
C Milner, T Weyman–Jones
Review of development economics 7 (1), 1-14, 2003
532003
European airlines: a stochastic dea study of efficiency with market liberalisation
MD Fethi, PM Jackson, TG Weyman-Jones
University of Leicester, 2001
522001
Liberalisation, privatisation and the productivity of Egyptian banks: a non-parametric approach
MD Fethi, M Shaban, T Weyman-Jones
The Service Industries Journal 31 (7), 1143-1163, 2011
492011
Malmquist indices of productivity change in the UK gas industry before and after privatization
C Waddams Price, T Weyman-Jones
Applied Economics 28 (1), 29-40, 1996
481996
Economy-wide estimates of rebound effects: Evidence from panel data
MO Adetutu, AJ Glass, TG Weyman-Jones
The Energy Journal 37 (3), 2016
422016
Efficiency of transition banks: Inter-country banking industry trends
KA Kenjegalieva, R Simper, TG Weyman-Jones
Applied Financial Economics 19 (19), 1531-1546, 2009
412009
Measuring electric energy efficiency in Portuguese households: a tool for energy policy
T Weyman-Jones, JM Boucinha, CF Inácio
Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal, 2015
402015
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