Langer, Steven
May 1993
Nonprofit World;May/Jun93, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p39
Discusses factors affecting the salaries of chief executive officers of nonprofit organizations in the United States. Level of supervisory responsibility; Number of employees; Scope of organization; Geographic area.


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