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Kristiaan H. J. Kerstens
Kristiaan H. J. Kerstens
CNRS-LEM (UMR 9221), IESEG School of Management
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Cost efficiency of Belgian local governments: A comparative analysis of FDH, DEA, and econometric approaches
B De Borger, K Kerstens
Regional science and urban economics 26 (2), 145-170, 1996
7741996
Public transit performance: what does one learn from frontier studies?
B De Borger, K Kerstens, A Costa
Transport reviews 22 (1), 1-38, 2002
3662002
Explaining differences in productive efficiency: An application to Belgian municipalities
B De Borger, K Kerstens, W Moesen, J Vanneste
Public Choice 80 (3), 339-358, 1994
3231994
Technical efficiency measurement and explanation of French urban transit companies
K Kerstens
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 30 (6), 431-452, 1996
2901996
Mean-variance-skewness portfolio performance gauging: a general shortage function and dual approach
W Briec, K Kerstens, O Jokung
Management science 53 (1), 135-149, 2007
2622007
Luenberger and Malmquist productivity indices: theoretical comparisons and empirical illustration
JP Boussemart, W Briec, K Kerstens, JC Poutineau
Bulletin of Economic Research 55 (4), 391-405, 2003
2262003
Short‐and long‐run credit constraints in French agriculture: A directional distance function framework using expenditure‐constrained profit functions
S Blancard, JP Boussemart, W Briec, K Kerstens
American journal of agricultural economics 88 (2), 351-364, 2006
2192006
Estimating returns to scale using non-parametric deterministic technologies: A new method based on goodness-of-fit
K Kerstens, PV Eeckaut
European Journal of Operational Research 113 (1), 206-214, 1999
1991999
Radial and nonradial measures of technical efficiency: an empirical illustration for Belgian local governments using an FDH reference technology
B De Borger, K Kerstens
Journal of Productivity analysis 7, 41-62, 1996
1641996
A Luenberger-Hicks-Moorsteen productivity indicator: its relation to the Hicks-Moorsteen productivity index and the Luenberger productivity indicator
W Briec, K Kerstens
Economic Theory 23, 925-939, 2004
1612004
Non-convex technologies and cost functions: definitions, duality and nonparametric tests of convexity
W Briec, K Kerstens, PV Eeckaut
Journal of Economics 81, 155-192, 2004
1392004
Single-period Markowitz portfolio selection, performance gauging, and duality: a variation on the Luenberger shortage function
W Briec, K Kerstens, JB Lesourd
Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications 120, 1-27, 2004
1212004
Infeasibility and directional distance functions with application to the determinateness of the Luenberger productivity indicator
W Briec, K Kerstens
Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications 141, 55-73, 2009
1162009
What is known about municipal efficiency: the Belgian case and beyond
B De Borger, K Kerstens
Productivity in the public sector/Blan, J.[edit.], 299-330, 2000
1122000
Comparing Malmquist and Hicks–Moorsteen productivity indices: Exploring the impact of unbalanced vs. balanced panel data
K Kerstens, I Van de Woestyne
European Journal of Operational Research 233 (3), 749-758, 2014
1072014
Multi-horizon Markowitz portfolio performance appraisals: A general approach
W Briec, K Kerstens
Omega 37 (1), 50-62, 2009
1072009
The performance of bus-transit operators
B De Borger, K Kerstens
Handbook of transport modelling 1, 693-714, 2007
982007
Negative data in DEA: a simple proportional distance function approach
K Kerstens, I Van de Woestyne
Journal of the Operational Research Society 62 (7), 1413-1419, 2011
972011
The choice of a technical efficiency measure on the free disposal hull reference technology: A comparison using US banking data
B De Borger, GD Ferrier, K Kerstens
European Journal of Operational Research 105 (3), 427-446, 1998
931998
Bank productivity and performance groups: A decomposition approach based upon the Luenberger productivity indicator
M Epure, K Kerstens, D Prior
European Journal of Operational Research 211 (3), 630-641, 2011
912011
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