MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF MEASURING THE QUALITY OF SERVICES OF THE HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
Iuliana Pï¿½rvu and
Dragos Mihai Ipate
Journal of Applied Economic Sciences, 2007, vol. 2, issue 1(2)_Fall2007
The evaluation of educational servicesï¿½ quality through clearly defined criteria and methodologies is a basic requirement of the Bologna Process. The authors are proposing to debate in this study a mathematical model which could be used by the higher education managers in their approaches for determining the quality of the educational services offered, and especially for establishing the place of the higher education institution managed by them in the universitary hierarchy. The study uses a set of indexes proposed by various authors, adapted to the classification structure of the intellectual capital unanimously accepted world wide, namely the external and internal structure and the employeesï¿½ competence. As calculation method the ROMPEDET method was used. For verifying the modelï¿½s usability, this was applied in the case of the universities from Constanta, and the results thus obtained are included in the study.
Keywords: quality of educational services; ROMPEDET method; intangible assets indicators (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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