Presidential pay about average

November 2005
Indianapolis Business Journal;11/21/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 37, p15
Reports on the data on executive compensation for university presidents in Indiana. Total compensation received by Martin Jischke of Purdue University; Inclusion of annual retention bonus, deferred compensation and supplemental retirement pay in salary scheme; List provided for highest-paid university and college presidents in the region.


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