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THE PRODUCTIVITY PUZZLE : PERSISTENCE AND CHANGE IN PATTERNS OF PUBLICATION OF MEN AND WOMEN SCIENTISTS
More than 50 studies of scientists in various fields show that women publish less than men. Moreover, correlations between gender and productivity have been roughly constant since the 1920s. The
Nobel laureates in science: patterns of productivity, collaboration, and authorship.
TLDR
Nobel laureates in science publish more and are more apt to collaborate than a matched sample of scientists, and comparison of their research output with the output of the matched sample indicates that these patterns hold at every stage of the life-work-cycle.
Scientific Elite: Nobel Laureates in the United States:
Scientific Elite is about Nobel prize winners and the well-defined stratification system in twentieth-century science. It tracks the careers of all American laureates who won prizes from 1907 until
Marriage, motherhood and research performance in science.
Patterns of Name Ordering Among Authors of Scientific Papers: A Study of Social Symbolism and Its Ambiguity
  • H. Zuckerman
  • Psychology
    American Journal of Sociology
  • 1 November 1968
With increasing scientific collaboration, visibility of individual role-performance has diminished. Ordering of author's names is an adaptive device which symbolizes their relative contributions to
Citation analysis and the complex problem of intellectual influence
TLDR
It is asserted that citation data are not merely flawed in one or another respect but that they are so incomplete and so biased, in principle, that they should not be used in empirical studies of intellectual influence.
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