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So, if you are willing to teach 3/3 or 4/4 and can knock out a B- us pub every other year you can get tenure, without trouble, and make 100ish k/y.
Originally Posted by Bloomsbury
A lower teaching load, a PhD program or higher pay will all require better publication.
The problem for people from europe is two fold. First, according to dr Alrich, " many in Europe, God bless'm, think that June and July are months that you take off"(they tend to be lazy). Second European journals are highly disrespected (in general) as is the rigor and empirical prowess of the typical european PhD program(they tend to publish poorly/half heartedly) . I'm not saying this is right, but it is the bias you will have to deal with.
That said a stable research stream of US B pubs WILL land you tenure in a 3/3 position in the US, even if you have a PhD in donkey maintenance from the #3 school in Elbonia. But Oxford, LBS, INSEAD and Cambridge come to mind as schools with names that are respectable.