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Ioannis Skevas
Ioannis Skevas
Assistant Professor at University of Macedonia
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Heterogeneity of Long‐run Technical Efficiency of German Dairy Farms: A Bayesian Approach*
I Skevas, G Emvalomatis, B Brümmer
Journal of Agricultural Economics 69 (1), 58-75, 2018
432018
Productivity growth measurement and decomposition under a dynamic inefficiency specification: The case of German dairy farms
I Skevas, G Emvalomatis, B Brümmer
European Journal of Operational Research 271 (1), 250-261, 2018
402018
Inference in the spatial autoregressive efficiency model with an application to Dutch dairy farms
I Skevas
European Journal of Operational Research 283 (1), 356-364, 2020
292020
Dynamic inefficiency and spatial spillovers in Dutch dairy farming
I Skevas, A Oude Lansink
Journal of Agricultural Economics 71 (3), 742-759, 2020
272020
Do European Union farmers reject genetically modified maize?: farmer preferences for genetically modified maize in Greece
T Skevas, EM Kikulwe, H Papadopoulou, I Skevas, J Wesseler
AgBioForum, 2013
272013
Does spatial dependence affect the intention to make land available for bioenergy crops?
T Skevas, I Skevas, SM Swinton
Journal of Agricultural Economics 69 (2), 393-412, 2018
262018
The effect of farm characteristics on the persistence of technical inefficiency: a case study in German dairy farming
I Skevas, G Emvalomatis, B Brümmer
European Review of Agricultural Economics 45 (1), 3-25, 2018
252018
The Impact of agri-environmental policies and production intensification on the environmental performance of Dutch dairy farms
I Skevas, X Zhu, V Shestalova, G Emvalomatis
Journal of agricultural and resource economics 43 (3), 423-440, 2018
212018
The role of peer effects on farmers’ decision to adopt unmanned aerial vehicles: Evidence from Missouri
T Skevas, I Skevas, N Kalaitzandonakes
Applied economics 54 (12), 1366-1376, 2022
192022
Organizational forms and technical efficiency of the dairy processing industry in Southern Brazil
CL Beber, S Lakner, I Skevas
Agricultural and Food Economics 9 (1), 23, 2021
132021
Spatial spillovers on input‐specific inefficiency of Dutch arable farms
K Schneider, I Skevas, A Oude Lansink
Journal of Agricultural Economics 72 (1), 224-243, 2021
102021
A generalized true random-effects model with spatially autocorrelated persistent and transient inefficiency
I Skevas, T Skevas
European Journal of Operational Research 293 (3), 1131-1142, 2021
92021
A hierarchical stochastic frontier model for efficiency measurement under technology heterogeneity
I Skevas
Journal of Quantitative Economics 17 (3), 513-524, 2019
82019
Farm profitability as a driver of spatial spillovers: the case of somatic cell counts on Wisconsin dairies
T Skevas, I Skevas, VE Cabrera
Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 50 (1), 187-200, 2021
72021
Examining the relationship between social inefficiency and financial performance. Evidence from Wisconsin dairy farms
T Skevas, I Skevas, VE Cabrera
Sustainability 13 (7), 3635, 2021
52021
Measurement of production inefficiency in a technology and inefficiency heterogeneity setting
I Skevas
Applied Economics 52 (42), 4594-4604, 2020
52020
A novel modeling framework for quantifying spatial spillovers on total factor productivity growth and its components
I Skevas
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 105 (4), 1221-1247, 2023
42023
A Bayesian Approach to Dynamic Efficiency and Productivity Measurement
I Skevas
Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, 2016
32016
Analysing inefficiency in a non‐parametric spatial‐dynamic by‐production framework: A k‐nearest neighbour proposal
I Skevas, AO Lansink, T Skevas
Journal of Agricultural Economics 74 (2), 591-607, 2023
12023
An examination of the impact of agri-environmental policies and intensification on the hyperbolic efficiency of Dutch dairy farms
I Skevas, X Zhu, V Shestalova, G Emvalomatis
12014
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