Liang Liang mainly focuses on Data envelopment analysis, Supply chain, Operations research, Microeconomics and Ranking. His work on Cross efficiency as part of general Data envelopment analysis research is often related to Stage, thus linking different fields of science. His Supply chain research integrates issues from Stackelberg competition, Theory of computation and Operations management.
Liang Liang has included themes like Iterative method, Valuation and Nash equilibrium in his Operations research study. Liang Liang focuses mostly in the field of Microeconomics, narrowing it down to topics relating to Decentralised system and, in certain cases, Communication channel, Pareto principle and Supply chain efficiency. His work in Ranking tackles topics such as Data mining which are related to areas like Drawback and Rank.
Liang Liang spends much of his time researching Data envelopment analysis, Operations research, Supply chain, Mathematical optimization and Microeconomics. Liang Liang conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Data envelopment analysis and Stage. His Operations research research incorporates themes from Competition, Data set, Operations management and Measure.
His study in Supply chain is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Stackelberg competition, Profit and Industrial organization. His Industrial organization study combines topics in areas such as Marketing and Game theory. His Linear programming study in the realm of Mathematical optimization interacts with subjects such as Efficient frontier.
Liang Liang mostly deals with Data envelopment analysis, Operations research, Set, Mathematical optimization and Fixed cost. His research integrates issues of Incentive, Production and Environmental economics in his study of Data envelopment analysis. As a part of the same scientific study, Liang Liang usually deals with the Production, concentrating on Empirical research and frequently concerns with Marketing and Information flow.
His Environmental economics study which covers Linkage that intersects with Inefficiency. His studies in Operations research integrate themes in fields like Variable, Data set and Akaike information criterion. His work carried out in the field of Mathematical optimization brings together such families of science as Profit and Process.
His primary areas of study are Data envelopment analysis, Fixed cost, Set, Mathematical optimization and Process. His Data envelopment analysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Inefficiency, Environmental economics and Linkage. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Shapley value, Competition, Valuation and Characteristic function.
The Set study combines topics in areas such as Cooperative game theory and Operations research. He interconnects Production, Empirical research and Revenue in the investigation of issues within Mathematical optimization. His Process study often links to related topics such as Maximization.
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DEA models for supply chain efficiency evaluation
Liang Liang;Feng Yang;Wade D. Cook;Joe Zhu.
DEA Models for Two-Stage Processes: Game Approach and Efficiency Decomposition
Liang Liang;Wade D. Cook;Joe Zhu.
Measuring performance of two-stage network structures by DEA: A review and future perspective
Wade D. Cook;Liang Liang;Joe Zhu.
The DEA Game Cross-Efficiency Model and Its Nash Equilibrium
Liang Liang;Jie Wu;Wade D. Cook;Joe Zhu.
Alternative secondary goals in DEA cross-efficiency evaluation
Liang Liang;Jie Wu;Wade D. Cook;Joe Zhu.
Does environmental regulation affect energy efficiency in China's thermal power generation? Empirical evidence from a slacks-based DEA model
Gong-Bing Bi;Wen Song;P. Zhou;Liang Liang.
Energy Policy (2014)
Supply chain coordination through cooperative advertising with reference price effect
Juan Zhang;Qinglong Gou;Liang Liang;Zhimin Huang.
Towards integrated optimal configuration of platform products, manufacturing processes, and supply chains
George Q. Huang;X.Y. Zhang;L. Liang.
DEA game cross-efficiency approach to Olympic rankings
Jie Wu;Liang Liang;Yao Chen.
Price and quality decisions in dual-channel supply chains
Jingxian Chen;Liang Liang;Dong-Qing Yao;Shengnan Sun.
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