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Mark D. White comments on Adam Grant's New York Times op-ed on tenure

AdamgrantAt the Economics and Ethics blog, ASE president Mark D. White (College of Staten Island/CUNY) discusses a recent The New York Times op-ed by Adam Grant (Wharton) regarding the tenure system at American universities and how it can be changed to improve post-tenure motivation and productivity. Grant advocates for different types of tenure to accommodates professors with different emphases on research and teaching, while White advocates for a more pluralistic understanding of the professorial role within the current tenure system.

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