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논문검색은 역시 페이퍼서치

지방교육경영검색

Local Education Management


  • - 주제 : 사회과학분야 > 교육
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 연3회
  • - 국내 등재 : -
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 1229-4268
  • - 간행물명 변경 사항 :
논문제목
수록 범위 : 1권 0호 (1996)

정기학술대회 : 지방교육자치와 교육재정 확보

우정기
5,200
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N/A
1,000
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N/A

정기학술대회 : 지방교육자치와 교육재정 배분

송기창
5,800
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N/A
4,500
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N/A

정기학술대회 : 지방교육자치와 교육재정의 운영

주철안
6,300
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N/A
1,000
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N/A

춘계학술대회 : 교원의 사기제고 방향과 학교경영 모형

전용환
6,200
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N/A

춘계학술대회 : 부산시 교육재정의 탄력성에 관한 연구

강낙원
7,500
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N/A

춘계학술대회 : 소규모 학교와 규모의 (規模) 경제

박선하
한국지방교육경영학회|지방교육경영  1권 0호, 1996 pp. 125-145 ( 총 21 pages)
6,100
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N/A

개인연구 : 대학의 수업료 및 기부행위 분석

최청일(IL CHOI CHONG)
한국지방교육경영학회|지방교육경영  1권 0호, 1996 pp. 147-166 ( 총 20 pages)
6,000
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초록보기
A study of the economic behavior of a university was similar to the one for a study of the profit institution. This similarity attempted one to apply the principles of decision making of a firm to the decision making of a university. The university distinguished itself from the profit institutions in respect of the mechanics of its decision making itself. While in case of flue firm, the market process guided decisions, it was the political process that guides decisions of the university. The study examined sources of finance and developed general principles of resource use by the university as a non-profit institution and attempted a detailed economic examination of the performance of the university. The major sources of finance for university education happened to be the private sector. The private sources of finance consist of fees of various types and donations and charitable contributions. This paper propose to discuss some of general aspects of university fees and donations and then examine the economic dimension of these sources of finance for the university education. The analysis of the economic nature of university education revealed that it was neither a pure private good so that it should be supplied at a price to cover its costs fully, nor a public good, so that it should be supplied free of charge. It was a case of a mixed good, with major private benefits necessitating levy of fees at fairly high levels so as try cover a major portion of costs of supply. An attempt was made in this paper to examine the various tangible and intangible elements involved in the donation activity and also to prevent the conditions for realizing an equilibrium volume of donations both frm the point of view of the supplier of donations and the user of donations. This analysis of donation activity helps us to understand the nature of measures to be undertaken for encouraging the flow of donations to university education.
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