How much will the next Carlson dean cost?

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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.

Read the full article here.