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L'EBSI inaugure la série des conférences-midi 2023 en accueillant Cassidy R. Sugimoto (Tom and Marie Patton School Chair, School of Public Policy Georgia Institute of Technology).
Ce titre reprend celui de l’ouvrage, co-écrit avec avec Vincent Larivière (EBSI, UdeM) et qui paraîtra dans quelques semaines chez Harvard University Press : « Equity for Women in Science, the first large-scale empirical analysis of the global gender gap in science, provides strong evidence that the structures of scientific production and reward impede women’s career advancement. To make their case, Cassidy R. Sugimoto and Vincent Larivière have conducted scientometric analyses using millions of published papers across disciplines. The data show that women are systematically denied the chief currencies of scientific credit: publications and citations. The rising tide of collaboration only exacerbates disparities, with women unlikely to land coveted leadership positions or gain access to global networks. The findings are unequivocal: when published, men are positioned as key contributors and women are relegated to low-visibility technical roles. The intersecting disparities in labor, reward, and resources contribute to cumulative disadvantages for the advancement of women in science. Alongside their eye-opening analyses, Sugimoto and Larivière offer solutions. The data themselves point the way, showing where existing institutions fall short. A fair and equitable research ecosystem is possible, but the scientific community must first disrupt its own pervasive patterns of gatekeeping. »
Source: https://www.hup.harvard.edu/catalog.php?isbn=9780674919297
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Le comité des conférences midi

Conférences-midi à l'EBSI-Equity for Women in Science: Dismantling Systemic Barriers to Advancement