Anderson, Lorraine; Shao, Lawrence; LeClair, Dan; Shao, Jr., Stephen P.
May 2007
International Journal of Business Research;2007, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p207
Academic Journal
This evaluation of research activities by faculty is a key issue on college campuses as stakeholders strive to meet state and accreditation assessment requirements. This paper provides the results of a survey of 1,300 administrators and faculty of AACSB International accredited institutions. Respondents were asked what they believe is currently being used, and what should be used, to evaluate overall faculty performance and research. Differences in responses are evaluated across school types, respondent faculty and administrative status, and years of experience. The results of this study provide a basis upon which administrators and faculty committees can use to evaluate faculty scholarship performance.


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