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Publishing

Publishing Industry

Demographics of Scholarly Publishing and Communication Professionals Greco, A. N., Wharton, R. M. and Brand, A. (2016), Demographics of scholarly publishing and communication professionals. Learned Publishing, 29: 97-101.

Bibliometrics: Global Gender Disparities in Science Larivière, V., Ni, C., Gingras, Y., Cronin, B., & Sugimoto, C. R. (2013). Bibliometrics: global gender disparities in science. Nature, 504(7479), 211–213.

Inequality Quantified: Mind the Gender Gap Shen, H. (2013). Inequality Quantified: Mind the Gender Gap. Nature, 495(7439), 22–24.

Inequalities in Publishing Roh, C. (2016). Inequalities in Publishing. Urban Library Journal, 22(2). Retrieved from http://academicworks.cuny.edu/ulj/vol22/iss2/2.

Are Black Scientists Being Punished for What They Want to Study? Diep, F. (2019). Are Black Scientists Being Punished for What They Want to Study. The Chronicle of Higher Education, October 17, 2019.

World Scaled by Number of Documents with Authors from Each Country in Web of Science (2016)

Map is scaled based on the number of articles that have at least one author with an affiliation from that country for all document types found in the Web of Science with a 2016 published date. Alperin, Juan Pablo (2018): World scaled by number of documents with authors from each country in Web of Science: 2016. figshare. Figure.

Survey of Scholarly Publishing Professionals (2015)

Gender distribution in scholarly publishing (2015)

Kane, L. and Meadows, A. (2016), From the podium to the boardroom: Encouraging gender parity in scholarly publishing. Learned Publishing, 29: 135-138. doi:10.1002/leap.1022