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Gender-Based Homophily in Research: A Large-Scale Study of Man-Woman Collaboration

@article{Kwiek2020GenderBasedHI,
  title={Gender-Based Homophily in Research: A Large-Scale Study of Man-Woman Collaboration},
  author={M. Kwiek and Wojciech Roszka},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2006.03935}
}
This paper investigates the respective impacts of (1) biological age, (2) academic position, (3) academic discipline, (4) journal prestige, and (5) type of institution of employment on the propensity to conduct same-sex collaboration in research. The gender homophily principle was found to work for male scientists - but not for females. The majority of male scientists collaborate solely with males; most female scientists, in contrast, do not collaborate with females at all. The propensity for… Expand
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