Tag: technical efficiency

Contra Authoritarian Contribution Rules

This article contains technical meta-guidance based on my personal experience. I haven’t seen scholarly research for or against this guidance, but I would expect it to move in the same direction. This guidance is meant to be leveraged in general

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Kaldor-Hicks Problems

This article discusses notions of economic efficiency, notes a main one employed by applied economists to be Kaldor-Hicks efficiency, and discusses a few issues with that concept. Here are some kinds of economic efficiency: Pareto efficiency – loved by theorists

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Technical Efficiency is So Underrated

This article anecdotally rants about how libertarians, economists, and others pay lots of attention to utilitarian efficiency and very little to technical efficiency. Refresher: Technical efficiency means that a given level of output is produced using the least-cost set of

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