Determinants of Scholarly Productivity among Male and Female Economists
Kellie L. Maske,
Garey Durden () and
Economic Inquiry, 2003, vol. 41, issue 4, 555-564
A model of the determinants of articles produced by male and female economists is estimated using data from a survey of members of the American Economics Association. Years of experience, coauthorship rates, gender, research-teaching orientation of the respondent's institution, and teaching loads are shown to be important estimators. Coauthorship appears to increase the overall production of articles and may help explain why collaboration among economists has increased in recent years. Males produce, on average, about seven more articles than females, with approximately 59% of gender-specific differentials left unexplained by the variables included in the model. (JEL JØ) Copyright 2003, Oxford University Press.
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