Prof. Wiedman examines causes of gender bias among Canadian accounting professors

Monday, March 6, 2017

Professor Christine WiedmanSAF Professor Christine Wiedman says her preliminary findings suggest women get much less credit than their male counterparts do.

"In looking at the number of publications, what I found was normally every publication translates to a higher salary" says Wiedman. “But when I add an interaction variable of being female and working with men on co-authored papers, women actually get much less credit for those papers than they would get for papers that they solo authored or wrote with just women, or the credit that men get.”

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