Conflict Balanced Design for the Evaluation System of University Research Achievements

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Scientific research evaluation has an important guiding significance to university scientific research work. Based on conflict analysis model, it studies the strategies and preferences among the government, universities and scientists in the scientific research evaluation mechanism. It builds a conflict analysis model of  three players and gives all possible equilibrium situations. The paper also analyzes the characteristics analysis of each equilibrium situation, it finds out the Pareto optimal situation of scientific research evaluation. The article provides guidance for the establishment of the evaluation system of university research.

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Chen, H. and Shu, L. (2012) Conflict Balanced Design for the Evaluation System of University Research Achievements. Creative Education, 3, 126-129. doi: 10.4236/ce.2012.37B033.

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