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Grant Allocation Disparities from a Gender Perspective: Literature Review. Synthesis Report

AuthorsCruz Castro, Laura ; Sanz Menéndez, Luis
Issue Date2020
CitationCruz-Castro, Laura and Luis Sanz-Menéndez (2019). Grant Allocation disparities from a Gender Perspective: Literature Review. Synthesis Report. GRANteD Project D.1.1.
AbstractThe purpose of this review is to provide the GRANteD project with robust analytical approaches and methodological insights that take into account the state of the art, but it also acknowledges and aims to overcome the main shortcomings and point out the gaps of the existing literature; it is also our contention that knowledge could be used to improve and refine, and also to strengthen, gender equality policies and the management of diversity in teams and research institutions. The substantive focus of the literature review refers to the central event of the “allocation of grants by means of peer review evaluation, observed as a process and an outcome”. We also consider “the impact of grants in career advancement in the context of hiring and promotion decisions”. However we can learn significantly from other areas in which gender research have made significant contributions, like occupation segregation, discrimination, stereotypes, etc.
DescriptionThe methodology of this report has consisted in documentary research and analytical reading and comparative synthesis of the secondary sources and references, mostly original research publications, but also books and relevant reports. In addition to the main report, an annex was produced that contains an annotated bibliography. This bibliography was developed gathering the descriptions that partners produced following a common template which was designed by leaders of WP1.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/200024
DOIhttp://dx.doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/10548
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