The teaching penalty in higher education: Evidence from a public research university
Melissa Binder (),
Kate Krause () and
Economics Letters, 2012, vol. 117, issue 1, 39-41
This article investigates whether faculty members are rewarded for teaching. We find that teaching a wider variety of courses and devoting more time to teaching results in a significant wage penalty, even when research productivity is carefully controlled.
Keywords: Faculty compensation; Pay incentives; Teaching penalty; Higher education (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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