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ERIC Number: ED012962
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 1
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FURTHER PROGRESS--THE ECONOMIC STATUS OF THE PROFESSION, REPORT ON THE SELF-GRADING COMPENSATION SURVEY, 1966-67.
BAUMOL, WILLIAM J.; AND OTHERS
AN ANALYSIS OF FACULTY COMPENSATIONS SHOWS THAT THE OVERALL PERCENTAGE INCREASE DROPPED FROM 7.3 PERCENT IN 1965-66 TO 6.8 PERCENT IN 1966-67. THESE FIGURES, HOWEVER, DO NOT TAKE INTO ACCOUNT INCREASES WHICH RESULT FROM PROMOTION OF INDIVIDUALS, AND THUS THEY UNDERSTATE THE INDIVIDUAL'S INCREASED COMPENSATION. THE PERFORMANCE OF INSTITUTIONS IN THEIR ATTEMPT TO DOUBLE COMPENSATIONS IN A DECADE, AS RECOMMENDED IN 1957 BY PRESIDENT EISENHOWER'S COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION BEYOND THE HIGH SCHOOL, IS BROUGHT UP TO DATE. AN APPENDIX GIVES CURRENT COMPENSATION AVERAGES FOR COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES IN THE UNITED STATES. THIS ARTICLE IS A REPRINT FROM THE "AAUP BULLETIN," SUMMER 1967. (HW)
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