CEMS Data

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Description

The Community of European management schools (CEMS) data used in the paper by Dittrich et al. (1998, 2001), where the responses (the first 15 variables) are coded as 1 if the first university was preferred, 2 if no decision was made and 3 if the second university was preferred.

Usage

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Format

A data frame with 303 observations on the following 23 variables:

  • V1 London vs. Paris

  • V2 London vs. Milano

  • V3 London vs. Paris

  • V3 Paris vs. Milano

  • V4 London vs. St.Gallen

  • V5 Paris vs. St.Gallen

  • V6 Milano vs. St.Gallen

  • V7 London vs. Barcelona

  • V8 Paris vs. Barcelona

  • V9 Milano vs. Barcelona

  • V10 St.Gallen vs. Barcelona

  • V11 London vs. Stockholm

  • V12 Paris vs. Stockholm

  • V13 Milano vs. Stockholm

  • V14 St.Gallen vs. Stockholm

  • V15 Barcelona vs. Stockholm

  • STUD Main discipline of study : 1= commerce, 0= other (economics, business administration, business education)

  • ENG Knowledge of English : 0= good, 1= poor

  • FRA Knowledge of French : 0= good, 1= poor

  • SPA Knowledge of Spanish : 0= good, 1= poor

  • ITA Knowledge of Italian : 0= good, 1= poor

  • WOR Full-time employment while studying: 0= no, 1= yes

  • DEG Intention to take an international degree: 0= no, 1= yes

  • SEX Gender : 0= female, 1= male

Source

The Royal Statistical Society Datasets Website (http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/rss/Readmefiles/dittrich.htm)

References

Dittrich R, Hatzinger R and Katzenbeisser W (1998). "Modelling the effect of subject-specific covariates in paired comparison studies with an application to university rankings." Applied Statistics, *47*(2), pp. 511-525.

Dittrich R, Hatzinger R and Katzenbeisser W (2001). "Corrigendum: Modelling the effect of subject-specific covariates in paired comparison studies with an application to university rankings." Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series C (Applied Statistics), *50*(2), pp. 247-249.