Evaluation bias hits women who aren't twice as good

@article{Zuk2005EvaluationBH,
  title={Evaluation bias hits women who aren't twice as good},
  author={Marlene Zuk and Gunilla Rosenqvist},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2005},
  volume={438},
  pages={559-559}
}
SIR — More contentious than national rankings of research quality, as shown, for example, by David A. King (Nature 430; 311–316; 2004), is the application of such measures to research institutions. Several leading organizations — such as Thomson Scientific (formerly Thomson ISI), the centres for science and technology studies in Leiden (CWTS) and Bern (CEST) and European bibliometric analysts (see A. F. J. van Raan Scientometrics 62, 133–143; 2005) — have emphasized the risk of reaching… CONTINUE READING
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