Corpus ID: 208192382

THE PRODUCTIVITY PUZZLE : PERSISTENCE AND CHANGE IN PATTERNS OF PUBLICATION OF MEN AND WOMEN SCIENTISTS

@inproceedings{Zuckerman2004THEPP,
  title={THE PRODUCTIVITY PUZZLE : PERSISTENCE AND CHANGE IN PATTERNS OF PUBLICATION OF MEN AND WOMEN SCIENTISTS},
  author={H. Zuckerman and Jonathan and R. and Cole},
  year={2004}
}
More than 50 studies of scientists in various fields show that women publish less than men. Moreover, correlations between gender and productivity have been roughly constant since the 1920s. The existence and stability of gender differences in productivity continue to be puzzling. Drawing upon data on publications by and citations to 263 matched pairs of men and women scientists ( N = 526) who received doctorates in 1969-1 970, we examine productivity and impact over the first 12 years of… Expand
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