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Gender and quality at top economics journals

Erin Hengel and Eunyoung Moon

No 202001, Working Papers from University of Liverpool, Department of Economics

Abstract: Articles written by male economists are cited less than articles published by women in the same journals, a new study on gender and quality in economics finds. The authors also find that men’s citations rise when they coauthor with women, and that women’s citations fall while they co-author with men, conditional on acceptance.

Pages: 10 pages
Date: 2020-02
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