Reference : Electricity sector in East Africa, a comparison of Efficiency and Productivity
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Electricity sector in East Africa, a comparison of Efficiency and Productivity
English
[en] Secteur d'Electricité en Afrique de l'Est, une comparaison d'Efficacité et de Productivité
Nsabimana, René mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > > HEC Recherche >]
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Utilities Policy
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[en] Electricity Distribution ; Technical Efficiency ; Productivity Change
[en] This paper compares the performance of the electricity sector in East Africa. Based on a unique dataset collected from six countries for ten years, the study estimates the technical efficiency scores (TES) and the productivity change using three models: generation, transmission, and distribution. Four facts explain the TES obtained from Data Envelopment Analysis: return to scale, standard deviation, model choice, and country’s specificities. Results show also countries with high TES have also high productivity change. The study recommends to increase the regulation and governance mechanisms, especially through private sector implication the electricity sector value chain.
Académie de Recherche et d'Enseignement Supérieur (Belgique). Coopération au Développement - ARES. CCD
Qualité de Service et Accès à l'Electricité au Burundi et en Afrique de l'Est, une Comparaison de Performances du Secteur
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http://hdl.handle.net/2268/261180
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