Indicators on individual higher education institutions: addressing data problems and comparability issues

@inproceedings{Bonaccorsi2007IndicatorsOI,
  title={Indicators on individual higher education institutions: addressing data problems and comparability issues},
  author={Andrea Bonaccorsi and Cinzia Daraio and Benedetto Lepori and Stig Slipersaeter},
  year={2007}
}
Higher education institutions (HEIs) are crucial to the development of the European Research Area. However, unlike in the USA, the availability of quantitative indicators for individual HEI at the European level is severely limited by several methodological issues, data availability problems and national institutional constraints. The paper discusses strategies for collecting and validating data from different national sources; the limitations of the available data for different categories of… CONTINUE READING

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