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|Title:||Knowledge Transfer, Employability and Subjective Well-being: A Comparative Study on Taiwan and Mainland China|
subjective well-being;absorptive capacity;knowledge transfer;higher education;employability
|Issue Date:||2018-02-22 17:03:26 (UTC+8)|
Lots of researches have paid much attention to the issues of institutional research, especially in institutional governance ranging from student enrollment to graduate destination. While a growing body of academic research addresses the enhancement of student learning outcome in course of learning process, few effort has been made to examine graduate employability. Employability plays a critical role as a linkage between learning process and learning outcome, and it is perceived to be significantly pertinent to competitiveness in labor market. The aim of this paper is to explore, both internally and externally, how the enhancement of graduate employability including teachers’ knowledge transfer affects their subjective well-being in Taiwan and mainland China. Quantitative survey via purposive sampling was conducted to collect data in a total of 657 valid questionnaires from Taiwan and 548 from Mainland China respectively which was examined through multi-group structural equation modeling (SEM). The results show that: 1. the awareness toward teacher’s knowledge transfer and the extent of absorptive capacity amongst Taiwan college students can positively affect employability; 2. employability from Taiwan’s students can positively affect subjective well-being; and 3. the extent of student absorptive capacity exhibits a positive intervening effect on knowledge transfer and employability. Finally, based on the findings, practical implications and suggestions as well as future studies in higher education are proposed in this paper.
|Relation:||教育政策論壇, Vol.20, No.4, pp.1-32|
|Appears in Collections:||[教育學系] 期刊論文|
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