Examining the relationship between gender and the research productivity of IS faculty

@inproceedings{Gallivan2006ExaminingTR,
  title={Examining the relationship between gender and the research productivity of IS faculty},
  author={Michael J. Gallivan and Raquel Benbunan-Fich},
  booktitle={CPR},
  year={2006}
}
In this study, we examine whether there exist gender differences between the rates of scholarly publications by IS researchers. Triggered, in part, by a recent study of so-called "top" IS researchers that featured just two women out of the leading 30 IS scholars [24], we sought to determine whether women IS scholars publish at rates similar to their male counterparts in the leading, scholarly IS journals. Using a different "basket" of 12 IS journals, our results showed that, of IS researchers… CONTINUE READING

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