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Guohua Feng
Guohua Feng
Professor of Economics, University of North Texas
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Efficiency, technical change, and returns to scale in large US banks: Panel data evidence from an output distance function satisfying theoretical regularity
G Feng, A Serletis
Journal of Banking & Finance 34 (1), 127-138, 2010
2472010
Productivity trends in US manufacturing: Evidence from the NQ and AIM cost functions
G Feng, A Serletis
Journal of Econometrics 142 (1), 281-311, 2008
952008
Productivity and efficiency at large and community banks in the US: A Bayesian true random effects stochastic distance frontier analysis
G Feng, X Zhang
Journal of Banking & Finance 36 (7), 1883-1895, 2012
772012
Undesirable outputs and a primal Divisia productivity index based on the directional output distance function
G Feng, A Serletis
Journal of Econometrics 183 (1), 135-146, 2014
732014
Efficiency and productivity of the US banking industry, 1998–2005: Evidence from the Fourier cost function satisfying global regularity conditions
G Feng, A Serletis
Journal of Applied Econometrics 24 (1), 105-138, 2009
722009
Returns to scale at large banks in the US: A random coefficient stochastic frontier approach
G Feng, X Zhang
Journal of Banking & Finance 39, 135-145, 2014
572014
A Varying-Coefficient Panel Data Model with Fixed Effects: Theory and an Application to US Commercial Banks
G Feng, J Gao, B Peng, X Zhang
Journal of Econometrics 196 (1), 68-82, 2017
472017
Why European banks are less profitable than U.S. banks: A decomposition approach
G Feng, C Wang
Journal of Banking & Finance 90 (May 2018), 1–16, 2018
452018
The impact of environmental policy stringency on industrial productivity growth: A semi-parametric study of OECD countries
G Feng, KR McLaren, O Yang, X Zhang, X Zhao
Energy Economics 100, 105320, 2021
262021
Imposing theoretical regularity on flexible functional forms
A Serletis, G Feng
Econometric Reviews 34 (1-2), 198-227, 2015
252015
An integrated panel data approach to modelling economic growth
G Feng, J Gao, B Peng
Journal of Econometrics 228 (2), 379-397, 2022
132022
Estimation of inefficiency in stochastic frontier models: a Bayesian kernel approach
G Feng, C Wang, X Zhang
Journal of Productivity Analysis 51, 1-19, 2019
132019
A primal Divisia technical change index based on the output distance function
G Feng, A Serletis
Journal of Econometrics 159 (2), 320-330, 2010
122010
Productivity and efficiency at bank holding companies in the US: a time-varying heterogeneity approach
G Feng, B Peng, X Zhang
Journal of Productivity Analysis 48, 179-192, 2017
102017
Semi-parametric single-index panel data models with interactive fixed effects: Theory and practice
G Feng, B Peng, L Su, TT Yang
Journal of Econometrics 212 (2), 607-622, 2019
92019
Shadow prices of CO2 emissions at US electric utilities: a random-coefficient, random-directional-vector directional output distance function approach
G Feng, C Wang, A Serletis
Empirical Economics, 1-28, 2017
92017
Semi-nonparametric estimates of currency substitution between the Canadian dollar and the US dollar
A Serletis, G Feng
Macroeconomic Dynamics 14 (1), 29-55, 2010
82010
Productivity and efficiency at English football clubs: a random coefficient approach
G Feng, T Jewell
Scottish Journal of Political Economy 68 (5), 571-604, 2021
62021
Estimation of technical change and price elasticities: a categorical time–varying coefficient approach
G Feng, J Gao, X Zhang
Journal of Productivity Analysis 50, 117-138, 2018
32018
Public Infrastructure And Externalities In US Manufacturing: Evidence From The Price-Augmenting Aim Cost Function
G Feng, A Serletis
Macroeconomic Dynamics 17 (7), 1367-1410, 2013
32013
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