Why academia resembles a drug gang

“Even if the probability that you might get shot in academia is relatively small (unless you mark student papers very harshly), one can observe similar dynamics.”  It’s all about a limited supply of posts and an ever-increasing flow of would-be professors. And you don’t need a PhD to know that “dualisation” is happening in other job markets too. [Via Arun With A View]

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