A model of university financial performance
by Jeff Pursglove, Mike Simpson
International Journal of Business Performance Management (IJBPM), Vol. 3, No. 1, 2001

Abstract: University financial performance presents a complex set of problems for managers. This research provides a simple pyramid of financial performance and resultant ratios, developed solely from data to be found in the public domain. These ratios describe the nature of a university's business, its academic and operational efficiency and its research strategy. In addition to highlighting the characteristics of individual universities, the production of matrices from these ratios shows how alliances of universities differ from one another and allows the financial effects of strategic direction to be mapped over time.

Online publication date: Sun, 13-Jul-2003

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