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    Title: A study of the construction of university sports team achievement index and the achievement evaluation
    Authors: 李俞麟;Lee, Yu-lin;施致平;Shih, Chih-pin
    Contributors: 淡江大學體育事務處
    Keywords: university;sports teams;performance evaluation;fuzzy AHP;assure regional data envelopment analysis
    Date: 2012-08-19
    Issue Date: 2012-09-28 16:01:23 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 中國長春:華人運動管理學會
    Abstract: Background and Purpose: The university sports team competitions became popular in Taiwan recently. However, the lack of evaluation mechanism leaves the government and universities hesitated for further investment in sports teams. This study aimed to construct the university sports team achievement index and assess team achievement. Methods: We used the Delphi and Fuzzy AHP methods to construct the university sports team achievement index and re-used the assessment of regional data envelopment analysis (AR/DEA) to evaluate university sports team performance. Results: The team performance assessment indicators were grouped into input and output indicators. The highest fuzzy weight were "full-time sports coach" and "number of medals". The Delphi and Fuzzy AHP showed 13 indicators of the university sports team achievement index, including types of movement, number of sports teams, funding for training, funding for competition, facility maintenance fee, equipment fee, coaches’ salary, number of coaches, number of total medals, number of gold medals, number of silver medals, number of bronze medals, and sports league rankings. The evaluation showed five universities achieved full efficiency in AR model among 41 participated universities in 2009-2011. Specifically, the attribution analysis revealed three universities achieved full efficiency among 13 universities with Physical Education (PE) department and five of universities without PE department achieved full efficiency. Moreover, four public universities achieved full efficiency among 25 public universities and four private universities also achieved same goal. Discussion: Findings of this study suggested the university sports team were honor-oriented. The main input indicator of performance evaluation of the university sports team was the number of full-time sports coach and the total number of gold medal was the main output indicator. Among these 13 indicators, eight of them were output indicators. Moreover, public universities managed the sports teams better than private universities. Although public universities with P.E. department managed sports teams better, private universities showed better efficiency among universities without P.E. department.
    Relation: 第九屆亞洲運動管理學會學術論文集
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