Empirical Analysis on Allocation Efficiency of Higher Education Resources Based on Hierarchical Microgrid
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Song Haisheng, Wang Yifan
the Allocation Efficiency of Educational Resources is More Important Than the General Educational Output. Based on the Hierarchical Microgrid and the Theory of Resource Allocation and Regional Education as the Theoretical Basis, This Paper Comprehensively and Systematically Analyzes the Educational Allocation in Colleges and Universities by Comprehensively Applying the Theories and Methods of Economics, Statistics and Pedagogy. the Data Envelopment Analysis (Dea) Method, Bcc Model and Ccr Model Are Used to Quantitatively Evaluate the Allocation Efficiency of Educational Resources in Chinese Universities. Tobit Regression Analysis is Used to Find out the Main Factors That Affect the Efficiency of University Education Resource Allocation. in the Aspect of Scale Income, No Matter from the Overall Point of View, or from the Perspective of Region and Type, Most of Higher Education in China is in the State of Constant or Decreasing Scale Income. When the Scale of Colleges and Universities is Small, the Use Efficiency of Resources with High Cost Per Student is Low; with the Expansion of Scale, the Use Efficiency of Resources with Low Cost Per Student is High. This Paper Makes a Comparative Analysis of the Middle East and the West, and Provides Empirical Support for the Institutional Innovation of the Balanced and Effective Development of Higher Education in the Perspective of New Urbanization in China.
Microgrid; Higher Education; Resource Allocation; Efficiency