Monthly Archives: September 2010

Full Economic Fiction

In the recent Comptroller and Auditor General’s report on the universities, much is made of the need for “robust” (even with the scare quotes, I gagged a little when writing that) data on the “costs” of universities, particularly the costs … Continue reading

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Are we all in it together?

Ferdinand von Prondzynski has published a piece in today’s Irish Times about the question of academic pay. ┬áThis is supposed to be a matter of concern because we live in an era where all those who do not provide a … Continue reading

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