Is there an association between Vice-Chancellors’ compensation and external performance measures?
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- Accounting and Finance, 2019
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© 2019 Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand We provide evidence on the pay for performance relation between Australian university Vice Chancellors’ compensation and independent measures of university teaching, research and other performance indicators provided by external ranking bodies. Our results show limited association between university rankings and Vice Chancellors’ compensation, but confirm that Vice Chancellors’ compensation is predominantly driven by size measures based on the different components of revenue. Further, we find that few universities offer performance-based bonus payments. Our results are robust with respect to a number of sensitivity tests.
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