Scholarly Research2019-09-26T09:27:00-04:00

Scholarly Research

Academic Analytics facilitates research by scholars interested in incorporating our vast database in their projects. To be considered for research-level access to our data, please reach out to us at info@academicanalytics.com and we will help you to begin the application process. Examples of topics addressed by external research groups include: the impact of state legislation on professorial promotions and hires; gender disparities in scientometric data; how best to estimate grant expenditures at peer institutions; and the longitudinal impact of federal research funding on scholarly outputs such as journal articles and conference proceedings.

Institutional Investor covers reseachers using Academic Analytics

Tuesday, September 24, 2019|

"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 [...]

New research on women’s representation in academic finance incorporates Academic Analytics data

Tuesday, September 24, 2019|

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) [...]

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