DETERMINANTS OF FACULTY PAY: AN AGENCY THEORY PERSPECTIVE
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- Academic contests? Merit pay in Canadian universities. Grant, Hugh // Relations Industrielles / Industrial Relations;Fall98, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p647
Examines the application of merit pay in Canadian universities. Factors for the effectiveness of merit pay; Relative importance of competitive versus cooperative behavior in the academic workplace; Differences in compensation methods among universities; Association of merit pay to emphasis on...
- Criteria and mechanisms for faculty hiring in science. SHARMA, OM P. // Current Science (00113891);6/25/2009, Vol. 96 Issue 12, p1560
The article focuses on the issue of hiring criteria and mechanisms of science faculties in the India universities. Making provision for a good salary package, the criteria for induction of faculty continue to be obscure and there is scope of large-scale selection of faculty who are unsuitable...
- A Suggested Pattern for Rank- Salary Salary Schedules. // Journal of Higher Education;Dec1942, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p490
The article offers suggestions on the proper distribution of funds intended for the salaries of college faculties in the U.S. Some guidelines were noted for colleges who were having difficulty in making the budget, with emphasis on their expenses and funds. It states that there should have a...
- AUTHOR INDEX. // Australian Journal of Experimental Biology & Medical Science;Dec1985, Vol. 63 Issue 6, following p707
Lists authors whose academic papers were published in Volume 63 of scholarly "The Australian Journal of Experimental Biology".
- More Time Teaching Correlates with Less Pay. // Academic Leader;Jan2006, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p8
The article reports that higher education researcher James Fairweather used data from the National Survey of Postsecondary Faculty to explore relationships between teaching, research, and faculty pay. Few years after his first analysis, Fairweather repeated the study to see if a growing emphasis...
- A Longitudinal Analysis of Organizational Determinants of Part-time Faculty Employment in Private Baccalaureate Colleges and Universities. Rumyantseva, Natasha // Higher Education in Review;2012, Vol. 9, p15
The purpose of the present study is to examine the driving and constraining forces of part-time faculty employment using a conceptual framework grounded in organizational sociology. Rather than positioning higher education institutions as economic organizations seeking to maximize cost saving,...
- The Seductive Power of Academic Journal Rankings: Challenges of Searching for the Otherwise. NKOMO, STELLA M. // Academy of Management Learning & Education;Mar2009, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p106
The article discusses another article in the issue, examining the challenges in creating reliable academic rankings. The author describes the challenges associated with creating an alternative system for such ranking. Universities desire teachers and professors who will publish material in...
- Percentage of institutions and number of faculty by average increase in salary levels,.... // Academe;Mar/Apr94, Vol. 80 Issue 2, p16
Tabulates percentage of institutions and number of college faculty by average increase in salary levels, affiliation and category for schoolyear 1993-94. Comparison with 1992-93 statistics.
- Percentage of institutions and number of faculty by average increase in salary for continuing.... // Academe;Mar/Apr94, Vol. 80 Issue 2, p16
Tabulates percentage of institutions and number of college faculty by average increase in salary for continuing faculty, by affiliation and category for schoolyear 1993-94. Comparison with 1992-93 statistics.