[This book] provides tools and insights for university and college administrators to use when evaluating changes in retirement policy, and it presents valuable information in the form of case studies concerning changes in retention policies and retirement policies. Lisa M. Dickson, Industrial and Labor Relations Review This volume, a collection of papers presented at the 2004 TIAA-CREF Institute conference on higher education, contains many excellent chapters. John Heuer, Journal of Pension Economics and Finance This book enlightens the reader about two important policy issues, health care provision and retirement plans, by addressing both broad macro issues and specific concerns of higher education administrators. Such content is both valuable and practical for the concerned higher education researcher and administrator. Marc Kaulisch, The Review of Higher Education Attracting and retaining highly qualified faculty is essential to maintaining productivity at institutions of higher education. Colleges and universities are at a critical juncture in their history as they attempt to achieve their teaching and research goals. This volume examines some of the most pressing employment and compensation issues confronting academic administrators. Contributors discuss topics such as: ageing of faculty, changing economic conditions and shifts in faculty employment patterns, rapid increases in health care costs and trends in retiree health insurance, and adoption of phased and early retirement programs. The volume also includes a series of case studies on how individual universities are confronting these challenges. Institutions in these case studies include: Syracuse University, the University of North Carolina, the University of California, institutions in the Association of New American Colleges, and other colleges and universities included in several surveys and research projects. This timely volume will appeal to academic administrators at colleges and universities in the US and internationally as they face the common challenges of rising employment costs, faculty aging and global competition. Researchers interested in the future of higher education, economics, and the academic labor market in general will find this a valuable addition to their library.... a wide range of baccalaureate programs and graduate education usually concludes with a mastera#39;s degree; baccalaureate colleges, ... Stanford Universitya#39;s Faculty Retirement Incentive Program specifies faculty as eligible who have at least 1 5 years of service and aged between 60 and 69 years. ... Examples of different types of early retirement incentives are provided in Chronister and Kepple(1987).
|Title||:||Recruitment, Retention, and Retirement in Higher Education|
|Author||:||Robert Louis Clark, Jennifer Ma|
|Publisher||:||Edward Elgar Publishing - 2005-01-01|