Start-Up Costs in American Research UniversitiesWorking Papers
AbstractOur report briefly summarizes findings from the 2002 Cornell Higher Education Research Institute survey of start-up costs at the over 220 universities classified as Research and Doctoral universities by the Carnegie Foundation in 1994. It reports the mean start-up cost packages across institutions for new assistant professors and senior faculty, broken down by institutional type (public/private), Carnegie classification and field (biology, chemistry, engineering, physics and astronomy) and also discuses the sources of funding for start-up costs.
Citation InformationRonald G Ehrenberg, Michael J Rizzo and Scott S Condie. "Start-Up Costs in American Research Universities" (2003)
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