Specialization as a Missing Link

@inproceedings{Leahey2006SpecializationAA,
  title={Specialization as a Missing Link},
  author={Erin Leahey},
  year={2006}
}
Since 1984, when Cole and Zuckerman referred to gender differences in productivity among academic scientists as a puzzle, sociologists have sought to explain these differences by incorporating primarily institutional-level factors. In addition to these factors, the author contends that an undertheorized and heretofore unmeasured concept—the extent of research specialization—can also help explain the process by which gender affects research productivity. Although some researchers have examined… CONTINUE READING