Pricing Non-marketed Goods using Distance Functions

By Rolf Färe, Oregon State University, USA, | Shawna Grosskopf, Oregon State University, USA, | Dimitris Margaritis, University of Auckland, New Zealand,

Publication Date: 19 Jun 2019

Suggested Citation: Rolf Färe, Shawna Grosskopf, Dimitris Margaritis (2019), "Pricing Non-marketed Goods using Distance Functions", Boston-Delft: now publishers

Pricing Non-marketed Goods using Distance Functions

Description

Written by production economics and finance specialists Rolf Färe and Shawna Grosskopf of Oregon State University and Dimitris Margaritis of the University of Auckland, Pricing Nonmarketed Goods using Distance Functions, is an inspiring new contribution highlighting the importance of duality theory for valuation purposes, especially for hard to price inputs or resources, intended or unintended goods and assets. The theoretical pricing models are supplemented by self-standing empirical applications covering real estate pricing, environmental preservation, transfer pricing, shadow prices of university knowledge outputs and spillovers, and the pricing of bank equity capital and non-performing loans.

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