She Figures 2015 investigates the level of progress made towards gender equality in research & innovation (R&I) in Europe. It is the main source of pan‑European, comparable statistics on the representation of women and men amongst PhD graduates, researchers and academic decision‑makers. The data also sheds light on differences in the experiences of women and men working in research – such as relative pay, working conditions and success in obtaining research funds. It also presents for the first time the situation of women and men in scientific publication and inventorships, as well as the inclusion of the gender dimension (1) in scientific articles.
This compendium is produced in cooperation with Member States, Associated Countries, and Eurostat. Further data sources are: Web of Science, European Research Area Survey 2014.
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- Romania, Slovacchia, Slovenia, Svezia, Malta, Paesi Bassi, Polonia, Portogallo, Belgio, Austria, Cipro, Bulgaria, Germania, Cechia, Spagna, Danimarca, Finlandia, Estonia, Regno Unito, Francia, Croazia, Grecia, Irlanda, Ungheria, Lituania, Italia, Lettonia, Lussemburgo
Directorate-General for Research and Innovation
Directorate B – Open Innovation and Open Science, Unit B.7 Science with and for Society