Brain Korea 21 Phase II: A New Evaluation Model
RAND, Jan 1, 2008 - Business & Economics - 248 pages
The Brain Korea 21 Program (BK21), which seeks to make Korean research universities globally competitive and to produce more high-quality researchers in Korea, provides funding to graduate students and professors who belong to research groups at top universities. The authors develop quantitative and qualitative models to evaluate how well BK21 is fulfilling its goals and make suggestions for further stimulating Korean university research.
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academic applied ARWU assess award BK21 evaluators BK21 Phase BK21 program BK21 recipients BK21 xyear cc cc cc changes Chonnam National University collaboration data series database difference-in-differences differences effect of BK21 example faculty members fields fN fN fN globally competitive goals and missions graduate schools graduate students human resource impact factor impact of BK21 improving incentives increase indicators individual industry infrastructure inputs institutions instrumental variables KAIST Korea Korean universities logic model losers measures ment metrics nonapplicants nonrecipients number of publications outcomes outputs p-value percent performance Phase II funding Phase II program PhDs POSTECH prestige program effects promote quantitative model quartile receiving BK21 funding regional universities research funding research universities respondents result sa-up-dan science journals selection standard deviation strategy suggested Sungkyunkwan University survey Table tion treatment effect trends universities and departments university research university-industry variables winners Yonsei University