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Should you believe in the Shanghai ranking? An NCDM view

@inproceedings{Billaut2010ShouldYB,
  title={Should you believe in the Shanghai ranking? An NCDM view},
  author={J. Billaut and D. Bouyssou and P. Vincke},
  year={2010}
}
This paper proposes a critical analysis of the “Academic Ranking of World Universities”, published every year by the Institute of Higher Education of the Jiao Tong University in Shanghai and more commonly known as the Shanghai ranking. After having recalled how the ranking is built, we first discuss the relevance of the criteria and then analyze the proposed aggregation method. Our analysis uses tools and concepts from Multiple Criteria Decision Making (MCDM). Our main conclusions are that the… Expand

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