#GAReads | Some of the top political science journals are biased against women. Here’s the evidence.
In 2013, the Monkey Cage published a symposium of pieces that examined gender biases in political science — in professional networks, in teaching evaluations, in scholarly recognition and in citations of published work. But one of the most important measures of professional academic success was not covered in the symposium: the number of articles one publishes in peer-reviewed journals.
To advance the discussion, we asked: Is there gender bias in journal publications, particularly in top political science journals that are so important for tenure and promotion?