On the distribution of the incentive fund at the university

  • 1 Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education «Kostroma State Agricultural Academy», Karavaevo, Kostroma region, Russia


The article highlights two approaches to solving the problem of the distribution of the incentive fund, one of which is based on the calculation of the cost of one point; the second one is based on elementary incentive payment in the system with weight indices. The latter approach makes it possible to single out a small number of clusters of successful personalities. Comparison of the considered approaches at the stage of their implementation allows us to draw the conclusion about the different aspirations of teachers in the performance assessment systems. A mathematical solution is proposed for the distribution of the incentive fund in the framework of the second approach. The proposed method allows dividing fund resources in an extremely short period of time.



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