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December 19, 2017
The Columbus Dispatch
In an article published on Dec. 17, 2017, in The Columbus Dispatch, DC partner Raymond Cotton provides insight into a report from the Chronicle of Higher Education that discusses deferred compensation payouts that university leaders receive in a given year. Cotton warns that the report may make some leaders’ pay look higher than it really is, but claims the report is one of the better measures of private president compensation. “A variety of factors can contribute to why a president’s compensation may be significantly higher at one school than another. Smaller schools tend to pay less. Endowment sizes and academic reputation also might play a role, as well as whether an institution has graduate schools,” Cotton said.
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