The myth about women in science? Bias at work in the study of gender inequality in STEM.

Robust empirical research shows that women are less likely to be hired for STEM jobs, as well as promoted, remunerated and professionally recognised in every respect of academic life. Earlier this month, however, a widely reported study suggested gender bias is largely a myth.¬†Zuleyka Zevallos¬†evaluates the study and argues it fails to simulate the conditions in which hiring decisions are … Continue reading The myth about women in science? Bias at work in the study of gender inequality in STEM.