Mathias Wullum Nielsen
Mathias Wullum Nielsen
Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen
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Opinion: Gender diversity leads to better science
MW Nielsen, S Alegria, L Börjeson, H Etzkowitz, HJ Falk-Krzesinski, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (8), 1740-1742, 2017
Limits to meritocracy? Gender in academic recruitment and promotion processes
MW Nielsen
Science and Public Policy 43 (3), 386-399, 2016
Meta-Research: COVID-19 medical papers have fewer women first authors than expected
JP Andersen, MW Nielsen, NL Simone, RE Lewiss, R Jagsi
Elife 9, e58807, 2020
Gender inequality and research performance: moving beyond individual-meritocratic explanations of academic advancement
MW Nielsen
Studies in Higher Education 41 (11), 2044-2060, 2016
One and a half million medical papers reveal a link between author gender and attention to gender and sex analysis
MW Nielsen, JP Andersen, L Schiebinger, JW Schneider
Nature Human Behaviour 1 (11), 791-796, 2017
A global call for action to include gender in research impact assessment
PV Ovseiko, T Greenhalgh, P Adam, J Grant, S Hinrichs-Krapels, ...
Health research policy and systems 14 (1), 1-12, 2016
Making gender diversity work for scientific discovery and innovation
MW Nielsen, CW Bloch, L Schiebinger
Nature Human Behaviour,, 2018
Locating science in society across Europe: Clusters and consequences
N Mejlgaard, C Bloch, L Degn, MW Nielsen, T Ravn
Science and Public Policy 39 (6), 741-750, 2012
Monitoring policy and research activities on science in Society in Europe (MASIS): final synthesis report
N Mejlgaard, CW Bloch, L Degn, T Ravn, MW Nielsen
European Commission DG Research and Innovation, 2012
New and Persistent Gender Equality Challenges in Academia
MW Nielsen
Aarhus University, School of Business and Social Sciences, Department of …, 2015
Reasons for Leaving the Academy: a Case Study on the ‘Opt Out’ Phenomenon among Younger Female Researchers
MW Nielsen
Gender, Work & Organization 24 (2), 134-155, 2017
Scandinavian approaches to gender equality in academia: a comparative study
MW Nielsen
Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research 61 (3), 295-318, 2017
Metrics and indicators of responsible research and innovation
T Ravn, MW Nielsen, N Mejlgaard
Progress report D 3, 2015
Gender consequences of a national performance-based funding model: new pieces in an old puzzle
MW Nielsen
Studies in Higher Education, 1-23, 2015
Justifications of gender equality in academia: Comparing gender equality policies of six Scandinavian universities
MW Nielsen
NORA-Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research 22 (3), 187-203, 2014
Meta-Research: Gender variations in citation distributions in medicine are very small and due to self-citation and journal prestige
JP Andersen, JW Schneider, R Jagsi, MW Nielsen
Elife 8, e45374, 2019
Scientific performance assessments through a gender lens
MW Nielsen
Science & Technology Studies, 2-30, 2018
Gender and citation impact in management research
MW Nielsen
Journal of Informetrics 11 (4), 1213-1228, 2017
Concentration or dispersal of research funding?
K Aagaard, A Kladakis, MW Nielsen
Quantitative Science Studies, 1-29, 2019
Google Scholar and Web of Science: Examining gender differences in citation coverage across five scientific disciplines
JP Andersen, MW Nielsen
Journal of Informetrics 12 (3), 950-959, 2018
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