Volume 18, No 1, 2021

Performance of Indonesia's World-Class University Efficiency with Bibliometrics (Scientific Strength) Approach and Data Envelopment Analysis


Cecep Ibrahim and Rahmat Fadhli

Abstract

University efficiency is one of the scientific measurement methods for evaluating the effectiveness and use of educational resources available explicitly to the productivity of research publications. This study aims to determine the university's efficiency, between the number of researchers /authors owned by the university and the amount of Scientific Strength (publications and citations) produced by universities in Indonesia with the data envelopment analysis. The universities in this study are nine universities in the top 1000 Qs world universities in 2020. This research method consists of problem identification, data collection, data processing, results, and discussion. The research data obtained from Scopus.com metadata in publication and citation data and the year limited from 2017-2019. While the data of active university researchers/authors obtained from the Higher Education Science and Technology Index and actual student data obtained from PDDikti data. Data were analyzed using the bibliometric approach (scientific strength) and the data envelopment analysis approach. This study analyzed 41869 Indonesian scientific works indexed by Scopus with a bibliometric approach (scientific strength) and data envelopment analysis. This study indicatesthat the highest efficiency values are the University of Indonesia and Diponegoro University with an efficiency value of 1,000 while the lowest efficiency value is IPB University with an efficiency value of 0.060.


Pages: 32-50

DOI: 10.14704/WEB/V18I1/WEB18003

Keywords: Bibliometrics, Data Envelopment Analysis, Scientific Strength, Indonesian Publication.

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