ERIC Number: ED370494
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1991-Jun
The Literature on Factors Affecting Faculty Supply and Demand: An Annotated Bibliography.
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, Boulder, CO.
This monograph provides complete citations and summaries of literature and studies on factors affecting faculty supply and demand. The monograph is divided into two sections: (1) annotations for approximately 85 articles, books, and reports; and (2) annotations for approximately 75 edited volumes. References include material on the state of the professorate (distributions of faculty by age, rank, tenure, and salary, and faculty attitudes); factors affecting faculty demand (faculty aging and retirement, impact of mandatory retirement legislation, interinstitutional mobility, student enrollment and population trends); factors affecting faculty supply (supply of new doctorates, career choices, pipeline interceptions, recruitment and retention); current and expected faculty shortages; effective management of faculty resources (recruitment and retirement policies, academic work environment, faculty vitality, professional development); and student characteristics (high school graduation rates, college enrollment patterns, trends in degrees awarded, and career choices). (JDD)
Descriptors: Annotated Bibliographies, College Faculty, Employment Patterns, Enrollment Trends, Higher Education, Student Characteristics, Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Employment, Teacher Recruitment, Teacher Retirement, Teacher Salaries, Teacher Shortage, Teacher Supply and Demand, Tenured Faculty
WICHE Publications, P.O. Drawer P, Boulder, CO 80301-9752 (Publication Number 2A211; $10 plus postage and handling).
Publication Type: Reference Materials - Bibliographies
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association, New York, NY. College Retirement Equities Fund.
Authoring Institution: Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, Boulder, CO.
Note: For related documents in this series, see HE 027 431 and HE 027 455.