Budget crisis drives Harvard to redundancies

February 2009
Nature;2/19/2009, Vol. 457 Issue 7232, p949
Academic Journal
The article discusses the decision by Harvard University to offer voluntary redundancy to non-faculty employees in the wake of its budget crisis. Topics include statistics related the Harvard's shrinking endowments, who the early retirement program is geared toward, and ways Harvard has coped with it fiscal crisis including a hiring freeze on additional faculty.


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