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An empirical assessment of Spanish Public Universities: Are teaching and research complementary?

AuthorsGarcía Aracil, Adela ; Palomares Montero, Davinia ; López Iñesta, Emilia
Issue Date2008
CitationV Workshop on Efficiency and Productivity (2008)
AbstractThis paper is an attempt to gain an insight into the measurement of technical efficiency and the trade-offs between teaching and research, in Spanish public universities from 1994 to 2004. To measure efficiency, we apply the bootstrap-based approach to estimate bias corrected Data Envelopment Analysis and to test Returns to Scale. To measure trade-offs, we use a conditional robust nonparametric approach. Our results show that good educational efficiency does not detract from research efficiency, and that a greater number of publications increases educational efficiency.
DescriptionTrabajo presentado al V Workshop on Efficiency and Productivity celebrado en Gijón (España) del 23 al 24 de Septiembre de 2008.
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