This book explores the resource allocation process in contemporary
private research universities through six richly detailed case
studies. It includes an extensive discussion of historical
approaches to university resource allocation. The cases are based
on in-depth interviews with university presidents, provosts, deans
financial officers, and department chairs. The evolution of
university resource allocation systems is discussed in relation to
institutional history, mission, culture, priorities, leadership,
and prevailing financial condition.
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