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May 12, 2012


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Jonathan H. Adler

Interesting stuff. Is it worth trying to account for variations in cost of living?

Alfred Brophy

I think that's a very good idea, Jonathan. I hope to work this data up a little more over the next week or so. As I began plotting some of this I noticed that some urban schools have high salaries relative to their U.S. News peer assessment scores. (Drexel and Touro come to mind right now.)

As you may have seen, the response rate isn't the best, so I'm also hoping to work through some of the publicly available data on individual faculty members, which will allow for a lot more precise conclusions. That's a longer-term project, obviously.

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