Positions Rank at University of Toronto

Total result: 14

SALARY NAME Position
$442,536.96 paid in 2017 William Strange Professor of Economic Analysis and Policy
University of Toronto
$420,566.52 paid in 2017 Peter Pauly Professor of Economic Analysis and Policy
University of Toronto
$408,468.74 paid in 2017 Walid Hejazi Professor of Economic Analysis and Policy
University of Toronto
$404,803.50 paid in 2017 Richard Florida Academic Director, Martin Prosperity Institute and Professor of Economic Analysis and Policy
University of Toronto
$378,070.52 paid in 2017 Daniel Trefler Professor of Economic Analysis and Policy
University of Toronto
$366,717.03 paid in 2017 Kenneth Corts Vice Dean, Faculty and Research and Professor of Economic Analysis and Policy
University of Toronto
$352,507.88 paid in 2017 Bernardo Blum Professor of Economic Analysis and Policy
University of Toronto
$320,652.29 paid in 2017 Douglas Hyatt Academic Director, Professional Masters of Business Administration Programs and Professor of Economic Analysis and Policy
University of Toronto
$296,659.08 paid in 2017 Matthew Mitchell Professor of Economic Analysis and Policy
University of Toronto
$277,464.00 paid in 2017 Lu Han Professor of Economic Analysis and Policy
University of Toronto
$269,518.02 paid in 2017 Nathaniel Baum-Snow Professor of Economic Analysis and Policy
University of Toronto
$266,522.19 paid in 2017 Yeheskel (Heski) Bar-Isaac Professor of Economic Analysis and Policy and Integrative Thinking
University of Toronto
$261,394.59 paid in 2017 D Peter Dungan Professor of Economic Analysis and Policy
University of Toronto
$212,760.48 paid in 2017 Byung Soo Lee Professor of Economic Analysis and Policy
University of Toronto
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The Sunshine List

The Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act, makes Ontario's public sector more open and accountable to taxpayers. The act requires organizations that receive public funding from the Province of Ontario to make public, by March 31 each year, the names, positions, salaries and total taxable benefits of employees paid $100,000 or more in the previous calendar year.

In Ontario the Sunshine List was first published in 1996, by the Progressive Conservative government of Mike Harris. Just 4,576 names appeared on the first list.

A lot has been debated about the $100,000 threshold of the Sunshine List. If the list was adjusted for inflation since 1996, the real benchmark salary would now be around $151,929.

Those in favor of the current benchmark argue that $100,000 still a lot of money. The average weekly wages for workers in Ontario is $974, which amounts to $50,600 per year. That includes overtime pay, and assumes no weeks off. This is half of the Sunshine List threshold.

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All information presented in this website is based exclusively off the publicly released sunshine lsit available for download by the Government of each province: Ontario | British Columbia | Alberta