A Study on University’s Scale Economy From the Perspective of Average Develop Cost Per Student

Wei WEI, Xima YUE


Since 1999, China’s advanced education has experienced more than ten years of leap-forward developments. While enrollment keeps increasing, it is under question that whether colleges have achieved scaled economies under existing resources. In this paper, we analyzed the relationship between development cost per students and college scaled economics in perspective of average development cost per students. In addition, forming mechanism of scaled economy is illustrated, as well as strategy to achieve it.


Colleges; Scaled economy; Develop cost per student

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9069


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