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Gender and the Publication Output of Graduate Students: A Case Study

Fig 5

Student publication productivity differences by discipline and by student-advisor gender dyad (baseline male student-male advisor dyad).

The productivity differences for all disciplines are the graphical representation of the marginal effects of the OLS estimation in Table 1, column 3. The productivity differences at discipline level are the marginal effect of an OLS estimation where we interact the student-advisor gender dyad dummies with the discipline dummy. Control for advisor’s productivity, number of years since starting the Ph.D., and year of Ph.D. defense apply.

Fig 5