Task Force Resources

Tenure and Promotion

Citations and Inequities

  • Cellini, Marco. 2022. “Gender Gap in Political Science: An Analysis of the Scientific Publications and Career Paths of Italian Political Scientists.” PS. January; 142-148.
  • “COVID-19 effect on the gender gap in academic publishing.”
  • Di, Di, Robert A. Thomson, and Elaine Howard Ecklund. “Publishing and Parenting in Academic Science: A Study of Different National Contexts.” Socius. January 2021.
  • “Do negative citations reduce the impact of cited papers?”
  • Franceschet, Antonio, Jack Lucas, Brenda O’Neill, Elizabeth Pando, and Melanee Thomas. 2022. “Editor Fatigue: Can Political Science Journals Increase Review Invitation-Acceptance Rates?” PS. January; 117-122.
  • Keegan, B., Horn, D., Finholt, T. A., & Kaye, J. 2013. “Structure and dynamics of co-authorship, citation, and impact within CSCW.” arXiv preprint arXiv:1307.7172.
  • King, Molly M., Carl T. Bergstrom, Shelley J. Correll, Jennifer Jacquet, and Jevin D. West. 2017. “Men Set Their Own Cites High: Gender and Self-citation across Fields and over Time.” Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World Volume 3: 1–22.
  • Martin, Travis, Brian Ball, Brian Karrer, and M. E. J. Newman. 2013. “Coauthorship and citation patterns in the Physical Review. “ Physical Review 88, 012814 .
  • Smith, Amy Erica, Shauna N. Gillooly, and Heidi Hardt. 2022. “Assessing Racial/Ethnic and Gender Gaps in Political Science PhD Students’ Methodological Self-Efficacy.” PS. January 165-170.

Climate and Context

Graduate Student Training and Experiences