Productivity assessment of African seaports with biased technological change


Transportation Planning and Technology
Volume 35, Issue 6, 2012

Carlos Pestana Barrosa & Nicolas Peypochb


This paper analyses the productivity of a representative sample of African seaports from 2002 to 2008. Productivity scores are decomposed, based on the Luenberger productivity indicator, and the nature of technological change is analysed. The paper finds that Nigerian seaports are the most efficient, followed by Angola and Mozambique. Discussions of the results as well as related policy implications are provided.

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