Measuring The Efficiency of The Departments of The College of Administration and Economics / University of Baghdad Using the Method of Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA), A Comparative Study
Keywords:Data Envelopment Analysis (EDA), Efficiency, Orientation Towards Inputs, Orientation Towards Outputs
The research aims at the possibility of measuring the technical and scale efficiency (SE) of the departments of the College of Administration and Economics at the University of Baghdad for a period lasting 8 years, from the academic year 2013-2014 to 2018-2019 using the method of Applied Data Analysis with an input and output orientation to maintain the distinguished competitive position and try to identify weaknesses in performance and address them. Nevertheless, the research problem lies in diagnosing the most acceptable specializations in the labor market and determining the reasons for students ’reluctance to enter some departments. Furthermore, the (Win4DEAp) program was used to measure technical and scale efficiency (SE) and rely on the data available in the student registration department. As the study included the seven scientific departments in the College of Administration And the economy. However, the results showed that the business administration, finance, and banking departments are distinguished by being the enveloped departments because they operate according to their full efficiency and maintain their peers during the period.