Just thinking out loud here... Why isn't it more common to have, say, yearlong faculty exchanges between relatively nearby colleges? "I'll trade you a senior anthropologist for a business prof and a second-round draft pick." The faculty exchanged would be paid by their original institutions, and the time would count toward seniority at their original institutions. It would be restricted to folks with tenure, so there'd be no issue of how to count it on the tenure clock. The costs would be minimal, especially if the program were voluntary (whichit would have to be).
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