Does a Federal Glass Ceiling Have Differential Effects on Female and Male Technology Entrepreneurs

@inproceedings{Inouye2020DoesAF,
  title={Does a Federal Glass Ceiling Have Differential Effects on Female and Male Technology Entrepreneurs},
  author={Todd M. Inouye and J. Robinson and Amol M. Joshi},
  year={2020}
}
Glass ceilings are invisible organizational barriers encountered by underrepresented groups in large hierarchies. This chapter empirically investigates the existence and characteristics of an internal, governmentwide glass ceiling for female employees using aggregate pay grade and demographic data on nearly 1.5 million U.S. Federal employees between 2001-2011. The external consequences for over 15,000 technology ventures seeking R&D funding from 12 federal agencies is explored. In this context… Expand

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