How much will the next Carlson dean cost?

If you cough it up, they'll come

The Minnesota Daily reports that the University of Minnesota might need some big bucks to recruit the next Carlson School of Management dean.

The previous one, Alison Davis-Blake, served five years and made $477,000 in 2009 — the second-highest amount paid to a dean at the U and the third-highest amount paid to a business-school dean in the Big Ten.

The paper reports:

Comparatively, other deans make less. For example, in the 2009-10 academic year College of Liberal Arts dean James Parente earned $245,000, while Veterinary Medicine dean Trevor Ames earned $227,000.

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