On Implicit Bias and Gender Discrimination in Academic Promotion

Reposting from the blog at LSE: “The ostensibly objective criteria outlined in many Key Performance Indicators of excellence can become highly subjective and gendered when applied in practice.”

O’Connor and O’Hagan (2015). Excellence in university academic staff evaluation: a problematic reality? Studies in Higher Education.

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