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Professor Paul Curran contributes to the academic salary debate

Vice Chancellor of City University London writes for THE and The Guardian

nullProfessor Paul Curran, Vice-Chancellor of City University London and Chair of the Universities and Colleges Employers Association (UCEA), has examined UK academic salaries in the context of global competition and the relative attraction of the UK compared to other countries.

In a recent article in Times Higher Education, Professor Curran considers whether UK salaries are a barrier to academic movement from the USA. The article entitled 'Where a golden state once gleamed, sterling opportunities shine', can be accessed here.

In a separate article in The Guardian HE Network, Professor Curran discusses the 'pay, performance and pensions' debate and considers whether UK universities are sufficiently flexible to meet the challenges of the rapidly changing HE global environment. The article can be accessed here.

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