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Banker, R. D., Chang, H., Janakiraman, S. N., & Konstans, C. (2004). A balanced scorecard analysis of performance metrics. European Journal of Operational Research, 154(2), 423–436.
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Banker, R. D., Chang, H., & Cooper, W. W. (2004). A simulation study of DEA and parametric frontier models in the presence of heteroscedasticity. European Journal of Operational Research, 153(3), 624–640.
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Banker, R. D., & Chang, H. (1995). A simulation study of hypothesis tests for differences in efficiencies. International Journal of Production Economics, 39(1-2), 37–54.
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Banker, R. D., Chang, H. - H., & Cooper, W. W. (1996). Chapter 11: Simulation studies of efficiency, returns to scale and misspecification with nonlinear functions in DEA. Annals of Operations Research, 66(4), 233–253.
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Chang, H. - H. (1998). Determinants of hospital efficiency: the case of central government-owned hospitals in Taiwan. Omega, 26(2), 307–317.
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Banker, R. D., Chang, H., & Cooper, W. W. (1996). Equivalence and Implementation of Alternative Methods for Determining Returns to Scale in Data Envelopment Analysis. European Journal of Operational Research, 89(3), 473–481.
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Banker, R. D., Chang, H., & Natarajan, R. (2007). Estimating DEA technical and allocative inefficiency using aggregate cost or revenue data. Journal of Productivity Analysis, 27(2), 115–121.
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Banker, R. D., Chang, H., & Kemerer, C. F. (1994). Evidence on economies of scale in software development. Information and Software Technology, 36(5), 275–282.
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Chang, H., Chang, W. - J., Das, S., & Li, S. - H. (2004). Health care regulation and the operating efficiency of hospitals: Evidence from Taiwan. Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, 23(6), 483–510.
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Chang, H., Cheng, M. - A., & Das, S. (2004). Hospital Ownership and Operating Efficiency: Evidence from Taiwan. European Journal of Operational Research, 159(2), 513–527.
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