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PSYCHOLOGY conducts extensive collaborative research among the social sciences. 96% of the discipline journal articles captured in the Academic Analytics database (2014-2017 inclusive) were co-published by multiple authors. Collaborative research (co-authorship of journal articles) between faculty in Psychology accounts for 38.9% of all co-authored Psychology publications. Collaboration with other disciplines most often involves researchers in Neurobiology/Neuroscience which accounts for 5.1% of all co-authored Psychology journal publications. The next two most frequent disciplines, Clinical Psychology and Public Health, account for 2.8% and 2.7% of all co-authored Psychology journal publications respectively. Do you know who are the top potential collaborators in Psychology who best complement your research, and where they are located?
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CHEMISTRY conducts extensive collaborative research inside and outside the discipline. 97.5% of the discipline journal articles captured in the Academic Analytics database (2014-2017 inclusive) were published by multiple authors. The broad field most like Chemistry is Engineering and its sub-fields, all publishing collaborative research 97.6% of the time. Collaborative research (co-authorship of journal articles) between faculty in Chemistry accounts for 18.4% of all co-authored Chemistry publications. Collaboration of Chemistry faculty with other disciplines is most often with Biochemistry scholars which accounts for 7.9% of all co-authored Chemistry publications. The next two most frequent disciplines, Molecular Biology or Physics, account for 3.28% and 3.27% of all co-authored Chemistry publications respectively. Do you know who are the top potential collaborators in Chemistry who best complement your research, and where they are located?
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“There’s Another Massive Gender Gap in Finance — But There’s Hope”
Check out the great writeup in Institutional Investor about researchers using Academic Analytics data to explore female representation in the academic finance discipline. This truly important work deserves to be discussed and disseminated.
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A new preprint available on SSRN examines female representation in the academic finance profession. Authors Mila Getmansky Sherman (Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts Amherst) and Heather Tookes (professor of finance at the Yale School of Management) relied on Academic Analytics data in their study. Among their findings are that women are less likely to be tenured, and women are paid less than men. Moreover, they report that women publish fewer papers than men, and that women have more female coauthors. We encourage you to read about their research and download their preprint here: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3438653.
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Citation: Getmansky Sherman, Mila and Tookes, Heather, Female Representation in the Academic Finance Profession (August 22, 2019). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3438653 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3438653