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Authors in Gender

This list attempts to categories authors by fields. The procedure is to look at all their papers announced in a NEP report. If 5 or more have appeared in a report, authors are considered to be working within that field. For authors whose first paper is less than 10 years old, having 25% of the papers announced in NEP be announced in this report is sufficient. Note that a paper may appear in several reports.

Below are authors identified to be in the following field: NEP-GEN (Gender). See the top institutions and authors in this field. ? signals authors with whom we have lost contact and are seeking a current email address.


A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

A
Ajayi, Kehinde F.
B
Ben Yahmed, Sarra Bukstein, Daniel
Bibler, Andrew Burow, Norma
C
Campa, Pamela Craig, Ashley Cooper
Campos, Francisco Cyron, Laura
D
Dieye, Rokhaya Diiro, Gracious M.
F
Fortin, Bernard Freudenthaler, Christoph
G
Garcia, Jorge Luis
H
Halmdienst, Nicole Hassani-Mahmooei, Behrooz
I
Izquierdo Sanchez, Sofia
J
Janhuba, Radek John, June Park
K
Kaliskova, Klara Kimbrough, Gray
Khadjavi, Menusch Krost, Kevin
M
Maggian, Valeria Maurer, Stephan Ernst
N
Nesseler, Cornel Nikulin, Dagmara
O
Olivetti, Claudia Olivieri, Cecilia
P
Penney, Jeffrey Piacentini, Mario Preston, Kate
R
Ranehill, Eva Romelli, Davide
S
Sambo, Hamed Sebastian, Ashwini R Strøm, Marte
Sansone, Dario Smyk, Magdalena
T
Tarasonis, Linas Theune, Katja
W
Wamalwa, Fredrick M.
Z
Zankiewicz, Christian Zhang, Hanzhe
Zhan, Wei Zhang, Xin
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