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in Table 4 . The Pearson correlation measures to what degree two indicators are linearly related. The Spearman correlation, on the other hand, measures to what degree two indicators are monotonically related (i.e., to what degree two indicators yield
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of parametric methods), but relies on general regularity properties, such as monotonicity, convexity, and homogeneity. DEA is based on a linear programming algorithm, constructing an efficiency frontier from data on single decision-making units (DMU
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