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Title:

Application of composite indicators and nonparametric methods to evaluate and improve the efficiency of the technical universities

Creator:

Szuwarzyński, Andrzej ; Julkowski, Bartosz

Publisher:

Educational Research Institute

Date:

2014

Abstract:

Publicly funded universities, like commercial organizations are obliged to ensure their efficiency This article presents a model to measure and assess the relative efficiency of technical universities. The analysis was performed using publically available data from 2011 for 18 universities using the Composite indicators method and the SBM Data Envelopment Analysis model. Fourteen indicators for efficiency were defined in the five areas of the university performance: research, teaching, scientific staff development, quality of teaching processes and public funding. inefficient units were identified, based on their calculated efficiency scores and the directions for change to allow them to reach greater efficiency were suggested. Methods used to assess efficiency allowed the combined effect of all relevant factors to be taken into account which described the basic operations of the university.

Bibliographic citation:

Edukacja : an interdisciplinary approach 3. 2014

Subject and Keywords:

economics of education ; Data Envelopment Analysis ; composite indicators ; efficiency ; technical universities

Coverage:

21st century

Language:

eng

Rights:

Creative Commons BY 4.0

Resource Type:

article

Format:

application/pdf

ISSN:

0239-6858

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