USING THE ANALYTIC PECKING ORDER PROCESS STRATEGY
FOR EVALUATION OF
THE STRENGTH OF UNIVERSITY-INDUSTRY-GRI CO-OPERATION IN VIETNAM
Cu Duy Tung
A research examine submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Business Government
Examination committeeProfessor Himangshu Paul (Chairman)
Dr . Jung-won Lee
Professor Nazrul Islam
Previous Degree(s)Bachelor of Substance Engineering
HoChiMinh University of Technology
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Scholarship donorGovernment of Switzerland
Asian Commence Of Technology
School of Management
I lengthen my appreciation to all engaged, whose contribution brought the study to this level. Especially, my research advisor Professor Himangshu Paul, in whose inspiration, direction, valuable ideas, constant confidence and care not only since the research panel chairperson nevertheless also as being a program Leader, deserves the author's gratefulness. I expand my esteem appreciation for the research panel member Dr . Jung-won Shelter whose helpful suggestions and helpful feedback enhanced the value of the work. Genuine thanks also go to the research committee affiliate Professor Nazrul Islam intended for his invaluable advice and energy in guiding me in the first actions.
All the respondents and contributors for the work in data collection period in Vietnam are acknowledged for his or her prompt replies and interest. Many thanks gift idea to the close friends in SIM and SAV for their support. All the close friends here in A TOI deserve appreciate your their like and facilitates during the study period. The colleagues from the SOM 97 class will never be to be forgotten. I communicate my love to all of them.
I am grateful and expand my thanks to the Government of Switzerland for its financial support during the complete study period at the Swiss-AIT-Vietnam programme in Vietnam and at School of Management of AIT.
Support and support from parents and family members are important factors to the success of this job. Last but not the least, support, patience and dedication by my lover are magic formula of the entire success.
The work is known as a methodological platform for open public involvement along the way of technological assessment. The goal of this analyze is to apply the Analytic Hierarchy Procedure (AHP) intended for assessing the effectiveness of University-Industry-GRI cooperation by computing the degree of different types of factor flows and the relative need for the cordons. The version for examination is developed on AHP taking care of main actors and factors with the linkage alternatives of University-Industry-GRI cooperation. In working with such trouble, five actions are developed.
The first step is trouble conceptualization, comprising the id of crucial techno-economic evaluation criteria, including flows of technological factors, linkage factors, and linkage types. The next step is model ingredients, including aspect, criterion and alternative definitions to develop a tentative AHP model. The third step primarily concerns info collection originating from various stars through organised pairwise assessment questionnaire by way of individual opinions and group opinions. The next measure employs the geometric indicate method to generate a opinion from group opinions on the importance proportion of conditions and alternatives. Processing from the responses can be conducted making use of the AHP structured software known as Expert Decision. The last 1 conducts to model acceptance and end result interpretation.
The approach of involving community and controversy management is new in regards to assessment about technological cooperation. The effects of the examine show that one of the most preferred linkage is University-Industry cooperation. The research also shows that federal government people is the most different group from other folks.
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