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Biased Evaluation Committees Promote Fewer Women

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  • Nearly half of US female scientists leave full-time science after first child. Nature
  • An academic mother’s wish list: 12 things universities need. Nature
  • Developental Cell´s: A Space for Women´s Voices. Developental Cell´s Editorial, 2018
  • Why fewer women than men ask questions at conferences. Nature, 2018
  • No, las niñas no son peores en ciencias. El
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  • Nature´s Editorial. Nature’s under-representation of women: Women continue to form too small a proportion of this journal’s authors and referees. Nature, 2018
  • Authorship and citation manipulation in academic research. Eric A. Fong, Allen W. Wilhite. PLOSone, 2017
  • Messages about brilliance undermine women’s interest in educational and professional opportunities Lin Bian. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology , 2017
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Recursos. Indicadores. Informes

Estudio Emakunde sobre los factores que contribuyen a la brecha salarial

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Artículos científicos

Gender in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics: Issues, Causes, Solutions.
Charleston TES & Banaji MR.

Is Blinded Review Enough? How Gendered Outcomes Arise Even Under Anonymous Evaluation.
Kolev J et al.

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    Diego FM Oliveira et al. Jama Network
  • ¿Tienen las mujeres menos oportunidades de ser contratadas? M. José González, Clara Cortina, Jorge Rodríguez. Observatorio Social La Caixa
  • The changing career trajectories of new parents in STEM. Erin A Cech  & Mary Blair-Loy. PNAS 2019
  • Are gender gaps due to evaluations of the applicant or the science? A natural experiment at a national funding agency.
    Holly O Witteman et al. The Lancet 2019
  • Women’s visibility in academic seminars: Women ask fewer questions than men. Alecia J. Carter et al. Journals
  • Gender stereotypes about intellectual ability emerge early and influence children’s interests. Lin Bian et al. Science
  • US kids’ doodles of scientists reveal changing gender stereotypes. Giorgia Guglielmi. Nature, 2018
  • Returning to Work after Childbirth in Europe: Well-Being, Work-Life Balance, and the Interplay of Supervisor Support. Ana M.Lucia-Casademung et alFrontiers, 2018
  • Threats to objectivity in peer review: the case of gender. Anna Kaatz et al. Trends in Pharmacological Sciences (CellPress, Science & Society), 2014
  • Science faculty’s subtle gender biases favor male students. Corinne A. Moss-Racusina et al. PNAS, 2012
  • Age and Gender Differences in Self-Esteem—A Cross-Cultural Window. Wiebke Bleidorn et al. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2015
  • Sex differences in the structural connectome of the human brain. Madhura Ingalhalikara et alPNAS, 2015
  • Stuck in the Out-Group:Jennifer Can’t Grow Up, Jane’s Invisible, and Janet’s Over the Hill . Anna Kaatz y Molly Carnes. Journal of Women’s Health, 2014 
  • Understanding current causes of women’s underrepresentation in science. Stephen J. Ceci y Wendy M. Williams. PNAS, 2011

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