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Elsevier Gender Report Infographic – Focus on Computer Science

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Elsevier’s comprehensive report on research performance
through a gender lens, Gender in the Global Research Landscape,
spans 20 years, 12 geographies, and 27 disciplines. This global
study draws upon data and analytics, a unique gender
disambiguation methodology, and involvement of global experts.

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Elsevier Gender Report Infographic – Focus on Computer Science

  1. 1. Proportion of women and men among researchers in Computer Sciences 2011-15 Appearance of authors in first or corresponding position for papers in Computer Science 2011-15 In Australia and Portugal, women account for more than a quarter of named authors in Computer Science. Figures from 1996-2000 Research CollaborationLeadership Researchers Collaboration and Field-Weighted Citation Impact* in Computer Science 2011-15 Across comparators, women tend to have lower rates of international and academic-corporate collaborations than men in Computer Science. France and Japan are exceptions, with women publishing a slightly larger proportion of their scholarly output in collaboration between academic and corporate sectors, compared to men. Across comparators, a larger proportion of women's scholarly output belong to the most interdisciplinary papers. Comparator countries with the Least pronounced gender difference in first/corresponding authorship – percentage points between women & men ChileFrance Comparator countries where women have a slightly higher rate of academic- corporate collaboration Comparator countries where women's academic-corporate collaborations have a slightly higher citation impact Japan Mexico Most pronounced difference EU28 ▪ 22% (14%) ▪ 78% (86%) Denmark ▪ 20% (11%) ▪ 80% (89%) UK ▪ 22% (14%) ▪ 78% (86%) Mexico ▪ 23% (15%) ▪ 77% (85%) Canada ▪ 23% (14%) ▪ 77% (86%) Japan ▪ 11% (6%) ▪ 89% (94%) Australia ▪ 25% (17%) ▪ 75% (83%) Portugal ▪ 27% (15%) ▪ 73% (85%) France ▪ 22% (17%) ▪ 78% (83%)US ▪ 22% (15%) ▪ 78% (85%) Chile ▪ 16% (13%) ▪ 84% (87%) Brazil ▪ 23% (19%) ▪ 77% (81%) 24 Chile UK 10percentage points Denmark 9percentage points Australia 8 percentage points 27 Japan percentage points Brazil 27 percentage points percentage points 24 EU28 percentage points Elsevier’s comprehensive report on research performance through a gender lens, Gender in the Global Research Landscape, spans 20 years, 12 geographies, and 27 disciplines. This global study draws upon data and analytics, a unique gender disambiguation methodology, and involvement of global experts. Gender in the Global Research Landscape FOCUS ON COMPUTER SCIENCES Access the full report at: www.elsevier.com/research-intelligence/resource-library/gender-report Elsevier is a registered trademark of Elsevier B.V. | RELX Group and the RE symbol are trademarks of RELX Intellectual Properties SA, used under license. © 2018 Elsevier B.V. ▪ Women ▪ Men * Field-Weighted Citation Impact normalizes the data to a world average of 1 in order to account for different citation rates and practices across articles’ fields, types, and ages.

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