The assessment of the employment potential of University graduates represents a direct evolution of the quality evaluation of Higher education system. The analysis consist of two parts: one in which a quantitative score is associated through Rash analysis to the companies’ interest with respect to four class of characteristics and competences they take into consideration when selecting candidates. In the second part, we apply a segmentation analysis to check whether there is correspondences between companies that prefer certain university degree and the interest levels towards the characteristics and competences so quantified.

Civardi, M., Zavarrone, E. (2007). Companies, and Graduates' Selection Processes: an Attempt to Quantify. In L. Fabbris (a cura di), Effectiveness of University Education in Italy (pp. 277-285). Springer.

Companies, and Graduates' Selection Processes: an Attempt to Quantify

CIVARDI, MARISA;ZAVARRONE, EMMA
2007

Abstract

The assessment of the employment potential of University graduates represents a direct evolution of the quality evaluation of Higher education system. The analysis consist of two parts: one in which a quantitative score is associated through Rash analysis to the companies’ interest with respect to four class of characteristics and competences they take into consideration when selecting candidates. In the second part, we apply a segmentation analysis to check whether there is correspondences between companies that prefer certain university degree and the interest levels towards the characteristics and competences so quantified.
Capitolo o saggio
Rasch analysis; Segmentation analysis; Rumm; C@art; Graduates' competences
English
Effectiveness of University Education in Italy
978-3-7908-1749-2
Civardi, M., Zavarrone, E. (2007). Companies, and Graduates' Selection Processes: an Attempt to Quantify. In L. Fabbris (a cura di), Effectiveness of University Education in Italy (pp. 277-285). Springer.
Civardi, M; Zavarrone, E
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