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An Efficiency Analysis for the Public Activities Support Projects of Non-Profit Private Organizations using DEA

비영리민간단체의 공익활동 지원사업 효율성분석

  • Choi, Hong-Geun (Dept. Of Knowledge Service & Consulting, Hansung University) ;
  • You, Yen-Yoo (Dept. Of Knowledge Service & Consulting, Hansung University)
  • 최홍근 (한성대학교 지식서비스&컨설팅학과) ;
  • 유연우 (한성대학교 지식서비스&컨설팅학과)
  • Received : 2014.04.11
  • Accepted : 2014.06.20
  • Published : 2014.06.28

Abstract

This study suggests consulting directions for non-profit private organizations which were found to be inefficient in the efficiency analysis for the public activities support projects on those organizations performed by the Korean government. An ANOVA analysis on seven types of public activities support projects showed that there were differences among those types. By applying CCB-I, BCC-I, Super efficiency models among DEA, performance efficiencies were analyzed. Four input elements (age of the organization, supported amount, number of members, and the number of workers) and three output elements (project scores, financial scores, and comprehensive scores) were analyzed, and high efficient organizations were found as benchmarking objects, and, through super efficiency analysis, those objects were classified into short, mid, and long-term objects. Through such methods, this research provided organizations with the best information on other organizations to learn from and improve themselves.

Keywords

Non-Profit Private Organization;Public Activities Support Projects;DEA(Data Envelopment Analysis);Efficiency Analysis

Acknowledgement

Supported by : 한성대학교

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