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Dr Erin Hengel

Lecturer in Economics Economics

Publications

2020

Gender and quality at top economics journals (Internet publication)

Hengel, E., & Moon, E. (n.d.). Gender and quality at top economics journals. Retrieved from https://erinhengel.github.io/Gender-Quality/quality.pdf

One strike and you're out! The Master Lever's effect on senatorial policy-making (Internet publication)

Hengel, E., Gorelkina, O., & Grypari, I. (n.d.). One strike and you're out! The Master Lever's effect on senatorial policy-making. Retrieved from https://erinhengel.github.io/MLEmpirical/master-lever.pdf

Rescue Culture (Internet publication)

Hengel, E. (n.d.). Rescue Culture. Retrieved from http://www.erinhengel.com/research/rescue_culture.pdf

The theory of straight ticket voting (Other)

Hengel, E., Gorelkina, O., & Grypari, I. (n.d.). The theory of straight ticket voting.

Diversity in economics seminars: who gives invited talks? (Journal article)

Doleac, J., Hengel, E., & Pancotti, E. (2021). Diversity in economics seminars: who gives invited talks?. AEA Papers and Proceedings, 111. Retrieved from https://erinhengel.github.io/seminars-aea-pp/seminars-aea-pp.pdf

Economics at a crossroads (again): how to restore confidence in the profession after COVID-19 (Media)

Hengel, E., & Milas, K. C. (2020). Economics at a crossroads (again): how to restore confidence in the profession after COVID-19. [The London School of Economics and Political Science British Politics blog. Available from: https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/politicsandpolicy/economics-at-a-crossroads-covid19/]. Retrieved from https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/politicsandpolicy/economics-at-a-crossroads-covid19/

Gender and equality at top economics journals (Media)

Hengel, E., & Moon, E. (2020). Gender and equality at top economics journals. [The Royal Economic Society newsletter]. Retrieved from https://www.res.org.uk/

Gender issues in fundamental physics: Strumia's bibliometric analysis fails to account for key confounders and confuses correlation with causation (Journal article)

Ball, P., Britton, T. B., Hengel, E., Moriarty, P., Oliver, R., Rippon, G., . . . Wade, J. (n.d.). Gender issues in fundamental physics: Strumia's bibliometric analysis fails to account for key confounders and confuses correlation with causation. doi:10.31234/osf.io/2hfny

DOI: 10.31234/osf.io/2hfny

Gender issues in fundamental physics: Strumia’s bibliometric analysis fails to account for key confounders and confuses correlation with causation (Journal article)

Ball, P., Britton, T. B., Hengel, E., Moriarty, P., Oliver, R. A., Rippon, G., . . . Wade, J. (n.d.). Gender issues in fundamental physics: Strumia’s bibliometric analysis fails to account for key confounders and confuses correlation with causation. Quantitative Science Studies.

Publishing while female (summary) (Chapter)

Hengel, E. (2020). Publishing while female (summary). In S. Lundberg (Ed.), Women in Economics (pp. 80-90). London: CEPR Press. Retrieved from https://voxeu.org/content/women-economics

Do Top Economics Journals Hold Female-Authored Papers to Higher Standards? (Media)

Hengel, E., & Moon, E. (2020). Do Top Economics Journals Hold Female-Authored Papers to Higher Standards?. [https://promarket.org/2020/01/28/do-top-economics-journals-hold-female-authored-papers-to-higher-standards].

2017

Evidence from peer review that women are held to higher standards (Media)

Hengel, E. (2017). Evidence from peer review that women are held to higher standards. Retrieved from https://voxeu.org/article/evidence-peer-review-women-are-held-higher-standards

Publishing while Female. Are women held to higher standards? Evidence from peer review. (Internet publication)

Hengel, E. (n.d.). Publishing while female: Are women held to higher standards? Evidence from peer review.. Retrieved from http://www.erinhengel.com/research/publishing_female.pdf