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VENTURE CAPITAL

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Financial
Sr Country / Input Output Control
Period Reference
# Region Parameters Parameters variable
Analyzed
1 Jordan 2005-2009 (1) Deposits (1) Total Return to Moh'd M, A., &
and short term credit Scale model. Omari, H. O. (2013).
funding, facilities, Performance
(2) Fixed (2) Other efficiency of the
assets, earning Jordanian Islamic
(3) General and assets. Banks using data
administration envelopment
expenses, analysis and
(4) Equity. financial ratios
analysis. European
Scientific Journal,
ESJ, 9(19).

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Financial
Sr Country / Input Output Control
Period Reference
# Region Parameters Parameters variable
Analyzed
1 MENA 2015-2018 1.Total Assets 1.Financial products or Abdelkader, I. B., &
2.Number of Revenue services Salem, A. B. (2013).
employees 2.Number of Islamic vs
Operating active conventional
Expense borrowers microfinance
institutions:
performance
analysis in MENA
countries.
International Journal
of Business and
Social Research,
3(5), 218-233.

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Financial
Sr Country / Input Output Control
Period Reference
# Region Parameters Parameters variable
Analyzed
1 Middle East 1990-2005 (1) Labour (1) Total (1) Size of the Hassan, T.,
(2) Fixed assets loans. loan loss Mohamad, S., &
(3) Total Funds (2) Other reserves as a Khaled I. Bader, M.
earning percent of (2009). Efficiency of
assets. bank’s credit conventional versus
(3) Off- Portfolio Islamic banks:
balance sheet (2) The capital evidence from the
items. adequacy ratio Middle East.
(3) A time international Journal
trend. of Islamic and
middle eastern
finance and
management, 2(1),
46-65.

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Financial
Sr Country / Input Output Control
Period Reference
# Region Parameters Parameters variable
Analyzed
1 Nepal 2007-2008 Input 1(σ1): Output 1(μ1) Returns to Thagunna, K. S., &
2010-2011 Total Deposits : Total scale Poudel, S. (2012).
Input 2 (σ2): Loans, i.e. Measuring bank
Interest Loans, performance of
Expense Advances Nepali banks: A
Input 3 (σ3): and Bills Data envelopment
Operating non- Purchase analysis (DEA)
interest expense Output 2 perspective.
(μ2): Interest International Journal
Income of Economics and
Output 3 Financial Issues,
(μ3): 3(1), 54-65.
Operating
non-interest
income

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Financial
Sr Country / Input Output Control
Period Reference
# Region Parameters Parameters variable
Analyzed
1 New Zealand 2008 First At each of All Outputs Alexander, W. R. J.,
Specification the year are constant Haug, A. A., &
1.Advances, levels 11, 12 Jaforullah, M.
2.Investments and 13 we (2010). A two-stage
3.Lending to have 3 double-bootstrap
Financial outputs as data envelopment
institutions At Year 11 analysis of
(intermediate the sum of efficiency
outputs) are all marks differences of New
considered as gained in all Zealand secondary
its inputs. papers over schools. Journal of
Second all subjects Productivity
Specification sat (SCM). Analysis, 34(2), 99-
1.Number of Other data 110.
Employees provided to
2.Bills payable us include
3.Borrowing indicators
from financial based on
institutions marks and
4.Deposits and grades.
other accounts In Year 12
of the 6FC variable
commercial In year 13
banks UBS
variable

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Financial
Sr Country / Input Output Control
Period Reference
# Region Parameters Parameters variable
Analyzed
1 Pakistan 2008 First First All Outputs Ahmed, T., &
Specification Specification are constant Ahmad, W. (2008).
1.Advances, 1. Profit of Analysis of technical
2.Investments the efficiency in banking
3.Lending to commercial sector with respect
Financial bank. to its inputs and
institutions Second outputs.
(intermediate Specification International Review
outputs) are of Business
considered as 1. Profit is Research Papers,
its inputs. considered 4(1), 11-22.
Second output.
Specification
1.Number of
Employees
2.Bills payable
3.Borrowing
from financial
institutions
4.Deposits and
other accounts
of the
commercial
banks

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Financial
Sr Country / Input Output Control
Period Reference
# Region Parameters Parameters variable
Analyzed
1 Spain 2015-2018 assets, sales and Inputs are Medal-Bartual, A.,
liabilities, own returns control Garcia-Martin, C. J.,
resources, and variables & Sala-Garrido, R.
personnel (2012). Efficiency
analysis of small
franchise enterprises
through a DEA
metafrontier model.
The Service
Industries Journal,
32(15), 2421-2434.

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Financial
Country / Input Output Control
Sr # Period Reference
Region Parameters Parameters variable
Analyzed
1 SPAIN 2015-2018 VC Firms VC Firms All Outputs Haro-de-Rosario, A.,
1. Total cost 1. Net Profit are constant del Carmen Caba-
including VC 2. Pretax Pérez, M., &
operating cost Profit. Cazorla-Papis, L.
and FC. The revenues (2014). Efficiency of
2. Total funds that venture capital
managed, share constitute the firms: evidence from
capital of VC VC firm Spain. Small
firm. profit are Business Economics,
3.No. of obtained 43(1), 229-243.
employees VC
VC Management
management 1. Net Profit
1. Total cost 2. Pretax
including VC Profit.
operating cost The revenues
and FC. that
2. Total funds constitute the
managed, share VC firm
capital of VC profit are
firm. obtained
3.No. of
employees

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Financial
Sr Country / Input Output Control
Period Reference
# Region Parameters Parameters variable
Analyzed
1 USA 2003 (1) Web (1) Nill. Wen, H. J., Lim, B.,
technology Profitability & Lisa Huang, H.
investment. (2) Capital (2003). Measuring e-
(2) Corporate Utilization commerce
Operating cost (3) efficiency: a data
(3) No.of e- Capacities envelopment
commerce staff (4) analysis (DEA)
Utilization approach. Industrial
(5) E- Management & Data
commerce Systems, 103(9),
site quality 703-710.

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Financial
Sr Country / Input Output Control
Period Reference
# Region Parameters Parameters variable
Analyzed
1 USA 2008 1. Labor 1. Function All Outputs Wray, B., &
2. Expenses Points are constant Mathieu, R. (2008).
3. Duration 2. Lines of Evaluating the
.code performance of open
3. Quality source software
4. Time to projects using data
Market envelopment
5. Project analysis. Information
Complexity Management &
Computer Security,
16(5), 449-462.