Women's Work: Gender Equality vs. Hierarchy in the Life Sciences

  title={Women's Work: Gender Equality vs. Hierarchy in the Life Sciences},
  author={Donald Tomaskovic-Devey},
  journal={Administrative Science Quarterly},
  pages={661 - 662}
In bureaucratic firms, and increasingly in the courts, the received wisdom is that if management is serious about promoting equal opportunity, it will institute and monitor formal evaluation procedures. These formal procedures are there to guard against subtle and not-so-subtle discrimination processes such as cognitive bias, in-group preferences, attribution errors, network-based social exclusion, harassment, and targeted discrimination. But what happens to equal opportunity when the… Expand
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