In this paper, we demonstrate that conventional DEA models report invalid efficiency scores when outputs and/or inputs are nonsubstitutable.
Creating a safe space for expression through art can forge immense opportunity for meaningful communication and sharing of space between diverse inhabitants of a specific location.
This paper illustrates three concepts new to the Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) literature, and applies them to data from Canadian urban paratransit agencies.
This paper explores the notion of 'Third Space', the space between the academy and activism. This space allows the academician to make sense of her contribution to social change.
This paper demonstrates a methodology using Panel Data Analysis to estimate confidence intervals for the Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) efficiency of individual urban paratransit agencies and the statistical significance of trends in individual agency efficiency.
This paper discusses the need for a performance measure that compares the efficiencies of subunits within an urban transportation organization, reflects the diversity of inputs and outputs, and is objective and consistent.
The paper critically explores the potential for EAH programs to not only meet the needs of universities, but also contribute to the improvement of the communities that reside in “the shadows” of universities.
This paper explores the possibilities of increasing the use and accessibility of The HistoryMakers’ video oral history archive.
This article examines the issue of teachers’ decisions to address controversial issues as teaching opportunities in the classroom, using the recent immigrant rights mobilizations of 2006.
The electricity generation industry produces a substantial proportion of the greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change in the United States and globally.