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A Quantitative Analysis of MIS Faculty Compensation
Presentations and other scholarship
  • Thomas Tribunella, Rochester Institute of Technology
  • M. Pamela Neely, Rochester Institute of Technology
This study examines data collected from the Association for Information Systems 2003 and 2004 MIS Salary Surveys. The relationships between compensation and its possible determinants such as faculty research productivity and school teaching load are analyzed. We find that compensation is significantly correlated with faculty profiles as well as school profiles.
Date of creation, presentation, or exhibit

Presented at the 2004 Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting Proceedings, Boston, MA, November 20-23, 2004.

Copyright 2004 The Authors

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Conference Proceeding
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Accounting (SCB)
RIT – Main Campus
Citation Information
Tribunella, T., Neely, M.P. (2004). A Quantitative analysis of MIS faculty compensation. Paper presented at the 2004 Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, 20-23 November (pp. 91-96).