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Title:Are they efficient? An evaluation of cloud-based cultural service platforms with data envelopment analysis
Author(s):Wei, Jingzhu; Li, Shuainan
Subject(s):Cloud-based cultural service platform
Data envelopment analysis
Correlation analysis
Abstract:This poster reports on the result of efficiency evaluation of China's new cloud platform for public cultural services. Specifically, the poster shows the result of applying Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) to provincial cloud platforms in operation. The findings indicate that 33.3% of the platforms are strongly effective while 40% are weakly effective, which means that the provincial cloud cultural platforms are in low operational efficiency, and the scale efficiency is the main aspect that restricts the operational efficiency. For those non-DEA effective public culture cloud platform, how to simply and efficiently organize the information resources on these platforms, how to innovate the content of cultural service from the user's point of view, how to manage and maintain the user data in a better way, and expand the influence of the platform itself are several aspects that need to be considered in the future. We have also analyzed correlations between the efficiency value of cloud platforms and macro-environmental factors in different provinces and find that the efficiency value of cloud platforms are positively correlated with the proportion of higher education population, financial investment on culture, and residents' cultural consumption level.
Issue Date:2020-03-23
Series/Report:iConference 2020 Proceedings
Genre:Conference Poster
Rights Information:Copyright 2020 Jingzhu Wei and Shuainan Li
Date Available in IDEALS:2020-03-17

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