Phi Beta Cons

Should University Presidents’ Pay Be Capped Too?

Posted on the Pope Center’s site today is this piece by Ball State University professors Clarence Deitsch and T. Norman Van Cott. They’re wondering why university presidents, some of whom are paid well in excess of $500,000 annually, are not volunteering to have their compensation capped.

George Leef is the the director of editorial content at the James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal.