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Victoria C. M. P. Bou
Independent researcher, Australia
Public sector enterprises claim to be more socially conscious than their counterparts in the private sector. Often it is touted as the main justification for their existence. Public sector has taken a lead in enhancing energy efficiency not just for profitability but also for environmental concerns. Measurement of energy efficiency, however, presents a plethora of challenges. Adding on of social concerns to environmental challenges has widened the scope of sustainability beyond a buzzword. Recent advances in Data envelopment analysis show how measurement can be done reliably.
Energy efficiency, sustainability, technical efficiency, allocative efficiency
Reference to this paper should be made as follows: Bou, V. C. M. P. (2022). Measuring Energy efficiency in public enterprise: The case of Agribusiness. Public Enterprise, 26(1), 53-59. https://doi.org/10.21571/pehyj.2022.2601.04