V-c pay: the verdict 4

February 27, 2004

So Martin Sorell, deputy chairman of governors of London Business School (ranked first in your pay league table), believes that vice-chancellors'

salaries reflect market rates for academic talent. This reflects badly on the "talent" running some of our more prestigious universities, such as Cambridge (ranked 72) and Oxford (ranked 91) universities and my own establishment, Salford University (ranked 70).

Peter Eachus
Salford University

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