A Model Of Multi-Dimensional Human Capital Investment: Specific Vs. General Investments Under Uncertainty

Due to the Bologna Process German universities increasingly consider the implementation of integrated application systems to improve the performance of their administrative processes. While universities have already embarked on supporting internal processes with IT for some time, the application landscape is still heterogeneous and fragmented in nature. Based on the notion of a Student LifeCycle (SLC) and established concepts of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software a specific class of integrated application systems for process management in higher education has emerged. These systems are known as Student Information Systems and have also been referred to as Campus Management Systems (CMS).

Provided by: EUNIS Topic: Data Management Date Added: Jun 2011 Format: PDF

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