Universities: Home of the Bean Counter?

Found this story interesting in Times Higher Education: Allowing universities to be run by bean counters and bureaucrats is detrimental to academics’ ingenuity and productivity, argues Amanda Goodall I am intrigued by the difference in the administrative burden that I deal with in my privately funded research organisation the IZA Institute for the Study of Labor, in Bonn, compared with what I was used to in a university. OK, it is a small institute, with Continue Reading →