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Gender dimension in evaluation panels: What have we
learnt through the Interim Evaluation of gender equality as
a cross cu...
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METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH USED FOR
ANALYSIS AND PROCEDURE - BASELINE
• A quantitative analysis of 1,437 projects under Soc...
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ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE
QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS
• Key words searched for in ESRs, DoAAs and DoABs:
"gender" and “sex” ...
RANKING DONE BY THE EXPERT GROUP
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Objective 3: Integrating the gender
dimension in the content of R&I
• Analysis of Evaluation Summary Reports (ESRs). 111...
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Objective 3: Integrating the gender dimension
in the content of R&I. (2)
QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF GENDER COMMENTS
IN ESRs...
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Objective 3: Integrating the gender
dimension in the content of R&I (3)
• 70% of the ESRs with gender comments were writ...
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Objective 3: Integrating the gender
dimension in the content of R&I (4)
• there are no significant differences among the...
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Presentation held by Maria Bustelo (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), during the conference "Structural gender change at universities and research funding organizations", an event of H2020 project SUPERA. Madrid, 16/11/2018.

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Gender dimension in evaluation panels: What have we learnt through the Interim Evaluation of gender equality as a cross cutting issue in Horizon 2020

  1. 1. Gender dimension in evaluation panels: What have we learnt through the Interim Evaluation of gender equality as a cross cutting issue in Horizon 2020 Madrid, 16 November 2018 María Bustelo Complutense University of Madrid
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  3. 3. 3 METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH USED FOR ANALYSIS AND PROCEDURE - BASELINE • A quantitative analysis of 1,437 projects under Societal Challenges, LEIT-ICT, LEIT-NMBP and SwafS, 2014 and 2015 projects, Innovation Action (IA) and Research and Innovation Action (RIA) only. • An in-depth analysis, qualitative and quantitative, of 111 out of the 263 projects of gender-flagged topics. Description of Activities (part A and part B) and Evaluation Summary Reports (ESR). This sample represents 42% of all projects under gender-flagged topics. • A qualitative analysis of various key documents & info: parts of work programmes, topic descriptions, descriptions of activities including training and awareness-raising-
  4. 4. 4 ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS • Key words searched for in ESRs, DoAAs and DoABs: "gender" and “sex” but also, if needed "men" "women", "male, female, "boys", "girls". • Gender in research content throughout the project description. Occurrences in methodology, theoretical consideration, impact, dissemination were noted.
  5. 5. RANKING DONE BY THE EXPERT GROUP
  6. 6. 6 Objective 3: Integrating the gender dimension in the content of R&I • Analysis of Evaluation Summary Reports (ESRs). 111 ESRs only 40 of them (36%) included a comment related to gender of any type More quality with gender expertise Commented only in positive (as a plus) • Linguistic analysis of 111 ESRs: Panels with gender expertise more positive on gender-related projects than non-gender projects. gender expertise in panels matters.
  7. 7. 7 Objective 3: Integrating the gender dimension in the content of R&I. (2) QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF GENDER COMMENTS IN ESRs • No gender expertise : tend to be shorter and/or simpler –more general in their relation to gender (example) “Gender issues are addressed” • Gender expertise (example): “The project clearly takes the gender dimension extremely seriously, with a number of methodological, representational and administrative elements woven into the design and execution of the project. This attempt to mainstream gender is a distinguishing feature and backed up by the strong records of individual researchers”
  8. 8. 8 Objective 3: Integrating the gender dimension in the content of R&I (3) • 70% of the ESRs with gender comments were written by panels with experts with a gender expertise • gender comments are significantly more frequently done by panels where there is gender expertise
  9. 9. 9 Objective 3: Integrating the gender dimension in the content of R&I (4) • there are no significant differences among the scores received by proposals that were ranked as A, B and C • gender comments are associated with better scores.

Presentation held by Maria Bustelo (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), during the conference "Structural gender change at universities and research funding organizations", an event of H2020 project SUPERA. Madrid, 16/11/2018.

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