The Organization of the Market for Professors
AbstractPeer review, up or out rules, tenure and the negative seniority wage premium are distinctive features of the North American market for professors. Besides evaluating some explanations, this paper also presents the historical record and contemporaneous features which all models have to confront.
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Higher education; research; teaching; peer review; tenure; up or out; seniority wage premium;
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