A Research on the Quality Evaluation of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education at Chinese Universities Based on Linguistic Operators

Author/s: Yuan Yuan, Huixiang Zhang, Jin Wang, Xiaoping Li

DOI: 10.12738/estp.2018.5.021 

Year: 2018 Vol: 18 Number: 5

Abstract

Nowadays, evaluating the quality of the innovation and entrepreneurship education at colleges and universities is a widely discussed topic in China. To address this issue, a logic hierarchy is established in this paper via the Delphi method and SPSS. It consists of four first-level indicators (i.e. the environment, resources, processes, and achievements of the innovation and entrepreneurship education), 12 second-level, and 57 third-level indicators. Then, given the advantages of the linguistic operator, especially its superiority in describing uncertain evaluation information, this paper proposes a method to evaluate the quality of the innovation and entrepreneurship education at universities based on these operators. Eventually, a case study of the S University is presented; the statistical results indicate that the proposed method has great applicability to the quality evaluation of innovation and entrepreneurship education at colleges and universities.

Keywords
Colleges and Universities, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education, Quality Evaluation, The Linguistic Operator

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