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2015 | 16 | 1 | 75-84
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AN EXAMPLE OF NETWORK DEA – ASSESSMENT OF OPERATING EFFICIENCY OF UNIVERSITIES

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The purpose of the article is to present the use of network DEA for evaluating the efficiency of Polish universities. Network DEA assessment of operating efficiency of universities was compared with the single stage DEA results that focus on teaching efficiency, research efficiency and aggregate performance. The study presented in the paper – though limited in scope – shows that biggest Polish universities are diversified in regard to the efficiency of their performance.
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2015
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  • Faculty of Management, Bialystok, University of Technology
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