The triple role of university academic staff and its effects on students’ satisfaction: contractual tie and gender contextual analysis
Josep Llach – (Universitat de Girona)
Frederic Marimon – (Universitat Internacional de Catalunya)
Received February 3, 2020; accepted March 4, 2020.
The university academic staff is a key element of the quality of universities. Therefore, it is essential to understand if performance in their three possible roles (teaching, research and management) affects the learning process of students and, more specifically, their satisfaction. A database of 992 satisfaction surveys conducted at the University of Girona was used to show that not all the roles affect these two aspects in the same way and that contextual factors such as contractual tie and gender are also significant.
Llach, J. & Marimon, F. (2021). The triple role of university academic staff and its effects on students’ satisfaction: contractual tie and gender contextual analysis. European Accounting and Management Review, 7(2), 23-22.
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