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Title: Perceptions of university professors in Taiwan towards institutional resource and social capital: Internal and external perspectives
Authors: 陳榮政
HO, Sophia Shi-Huei
CHEN, Robin Jung-Cheng
PENG, Michael Yao-Ping
Contributors: 教育系
Keywords: Higher education;institutional performance;institutional resource;social capital
Date: 2017-06
Issue Date: 2018-03-20 11:15:16 (UTC+8)
Abstract: Changes in social systems have demonstrated that various structural disadvantages have jointly led to increasing competition among higher education institutions (HEIs) in many countries, especially Taiwan. As the major concerns of HEIs are teaching, service, and research outcomes, this paper describes a nationwide evaluation of institutional performance in relation to management of HEIs. The study seeks understandings about the perceptions of faculties from Taiwanese HEIs regarding institutional resources, relations and performance, and adopts a survey approach. After choosing 30 HEIs of various sizes and from different geographical regions, 926 aculties were selected randomly as participants. Using structural equation modeling and ANOVA, this study explores the relationship among the variables. The results show that all relationships among the variables are statistically significant and positive, while significant mean differences were found between at least two groups. Finally, based on the results, this study provides some discussions, suggestions and managerial implications for HEIs and future studies
Relation: Journal of Institutional Research South East Asia , 15(1), 93-105
Data Type: article
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