So far the technology innovation,business institution,scale economy,business network,external support system out of the industry and etc of China's machine tool industry are impossible to make sufficient support for it's technology progress if we take the main factor of technology progress into consideration.
My paper argues there are eight factors that may effect bank efficiency in the light of the theoretical analysis, such as: bank scale, market structure, enterprise benefit, technology progress etc, their influence is tested, and it is found out that bank scale has significant influence on bank efficiency, the state-owned banks show diseconomies of scale, and the Joint-stock banks show economies of scale;
It also concluded that the revolution of property right is system guarantee, emerge is an effective approach, increasing technology and quality of assets is root route. After introducing the Tobit-model, this paper established the method—two-stage DEA model to study the scale economies of commercial banks.
Clearly, the economies of scale will be different for each of these interests as will the margins within which they operate.
To account for economies of scale a log-linear setting has been applied.
This is generally overcome by constructing large facilities having satisfactory economies of scale, thus making financing onerous and hindering the development of suitable technologies.
We investigate the product cycling problem (also known as the common cycle scheduling problem) when there are economies of scale due to increasing yield rates.
In this study the order picking function is modeled to explore its role with respect to inventory deployment and centralized distribution planning, in the presence of production economies of scale and deterministic demand.
Scale economies in manufacturing: Problems of robust estimation
The purpose of the paper is to develop a cost frontier model and its robust estimation for analyzing the impact of scale economies in the manufacturing sector.
An illustrative application to the South Korean manufacturing sector finds strong supportive evidence for significant scale economies, though in recent years it may be declining for the Korean economy.
Firm growth is found to be negatively influenced by firm size but positively related to the extent of scale economies, capital intensity, innovative activity, and market growth.
By contrast, the likelihood of survival is identified as being positively influenced by firm size, market growth, and capital intensity, but negatively affected by the degree of scale economies in the industry.