This report has researched about the remuneration of Vice Chancellors in the UK. Here, the assessment has been done by the evaluation of academic and career background of Vice Chancellors and also the institutional characteristics of University. The research has gone through about 157 universities and its Vice Chancellors to collect the data and find out the results. The research has illustrated interesting findings that the doctorate degree holder in Medicine and the person who have previous experience of Vice Chancellor has paid well than his or her compotators. However, this research’s results have also found an inverse relationship is associated between the university ranking and the remuneration of Vice Chancellor. The overall findings of this research have constructed that the remuneration of Vice Chancellor is primarily depend on the personal traits for example education, experience and achievements rather than other institutional factors.
Currently, working as a lecturer of School of Business in University of Creative Technology, Chittagong, (UCTC) Bangladesh. Completed MAcc (Master of Accountancy) from University of Glasgow, UK.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Management