The Scientific Research Pressure and Teaching Input of MBA Instructors: Context Analysis of Accounting Course

Bin LI, Yue’e LI, Hong ZHU


This study investigates the level of scientific research pressure, professional qualifications, and teaching input of MBA instructors on the outcomes of the level of course satisfaction. We conducted a survey of MBA students in an accounting course at four China key colleges and universities. The latent variables are developed to capture relevance pressure factors that affect the students’ satisfaction. The results will be useful for MBA management to adjust the assessment and incentive program.
Key words: Scientific research pressure; Teaching input; MBA

Résumé: Les études enquêtent sur le niveau de la pression de la recherche scientifique, le niveau des qualifications professionnelles, et l'entrée de l'enseignement des instructeurs MBA sur les résultats au niveau de la satisfaction des cours. Nous conduisons un enquête des étudiants de MBA dans les cours de comptabilité dans les quatre universités et collèges clés en Chine. Les variables latentes sont développées pour obtenir les pertinences de facteurs de pression qui ont une incidence sur la satisfaction des étudiants. Les résultats seront utiles pour le management de MBA pour ajuster les évaluations et stimuler les programmes. dans le système de crédit Chinois.
Mots-clés: Caractéristiques; Société de petits prêts; Marché du crédit chinois


Scientific research pressure; Teaching input; MBA;Caractéristiques; Société de petits prêts; Marché du crédit chinois

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