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Professor Victor Podinovski

Professor of Operational Research

Research Interests

data envelopment analysis; decision analysis, decision support systems.

Teaching in 2014-2015

Executive MBA

  • IB7020 Modelling & Analysis for Management

Undergraduate

  • IB3910 Decision Analysis
  • IB4070 Decision Analysis (MMORSE)

Warwick MBA

  • IB820Z Modelling and Analysis for Management

Operational Research & Management Sciences Group

Email:  /  Tel: 024 765 24281

Biography

Formerly Assistant Professor then Associate Professor in operational research at Moscow State University. Currently is a Work Package leader for an EU FP7 collaborative project "FADNTOOL: Integrating econometric and mathematical programming models into an amendable policy and market analysis tool using FADN database"

Recent Publications [all...]

Journal Articles

  • Podinovski, V.V., Bouzdine-Chameeva, T. "Weight restrictions and free production in data envelopment analysis"
    Operations Research 61 (2013): 426-437.
  • Atici, K.B., Podinovski, V.V. "Mixed partial elasticities in constant returns-to-scale production technologies"
    European Journal Of Operational Research 220 (2012): 262-269.
  • Podinovski, V.V., Kuosmanen, T. "Modelling weak disposability in data envelopment analysis under relaxed convexity assumptions"
    European Journal Of Operational Research 211 (2011): 577-585.
  • Podinovski V.V., Bouzdine-Chameeva T. "The impossibility of convex constant returns-to-scale production technologies with exogenously fixed factors"
    European Journal Of Operational Research 213 (2011): 119-123.
  • Podinovski, V.V., Førsund, F.R. "Differential characteristics of efficient frontiers in data envelopment analysis"
    Operations Research 58 (2010): 1743-1754.
  • Kuosmanen, T., Podinovski, V.V. "Weak disposability in nonparametric production analysis: reply to Färe and Grosskopf"
    American Journal Of Agricultural Economics 91 (2009): 539-545.
  • Podinovski, V.V., Førsund, F.R., Krivonozhko, V.E. "A simple derivation of scale elasticity in data envelopment analysis"
    European Journal Of Operational Research 197 (2009): 149-153.
  • Podinovski, V.V. "Production technologies based on combined proportionality assumptions"
    Journal Of Productivity Analysis 32 (2009): 21-26.
  • Podinovski, V.V. "Improving data envelopment analysis by the use of production trade-offs"
    Journal Of The Operational Research Society 58 (2007): 1261-1270.
  • Podinovski, V.V. "Computation of efficient targets in DEA models with production trade-offs and weight restrictions"
    European Journal Of Operational Research 181 (2007): 586-591.
  • Podinovski, V.V., Thanassoulis, E. "Improving discrimination in data envelopment analysis: some practical suggestions"
    Journal Of Productivity Analysis 28 (2007): 117-126.
  • Podinovski, V.V. "The explicit role of weight bounds in models of data envelopment analysis"
    Journal Of The Operational Research Society 56 (2005): 1408-1418.
  • Podinovski, V.V. "Selective convexity in DEA models"
    European Journal Of Operational Research 161 (2005): 552-563.
  • Podinovski, V.V. "Production trade-offs and weight restrictions in data envelopment analysis"
    Journal Of The Operational Research Society 55 (2004): 1311-1322.
  • Podinovski, V.V. "Local and global returns to scale in performance measurement"
    Journal Of The Operational Research Society 55 (2004): 170-178.
  • Podinovski, V.V. "Bridging the gap between the constant and variable returns-to-scale models: selective proportionality in data envelopment analysis"
    Journal Of The Operational Research Society 55 (2004): 265-276.
  • Podinovski, V.V. "On the linearisation of reference technologies for testing returns to scale in FDH models"
    European Journal Of Operational Research 152 (2004): 800-802.
  • Podinovski, V.V. "Suitability and redundancy of non-homogeneous weight restrictions for measuring the relative efficiency in DEA"
    European Journal Of Operational Research 154 (2004): 380-395.
  • Podinovski, V.V. "Efficiency and returns to scale on the no free lunch assumption only"
    Journal Of Productivity Analysis 22 (2004): 227-257.
  • Podinovski, V.V. "Validating absolute weight bounds in Data Envelopment Analysis"
    Journal Of The Operational Research Society 52 (2001): 221-225.

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