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Title: El impacto de las prácticas neo-gerencialistas en las trayectorias científicas de hombres y mujeres en tiempos de crisis
Author: González Ramos, Ana Maria
Conesa Carpintero, Ester  
Vayreda Duran, Agnès  
Keywords: new managerial policies
academic capitalism
boundaryless careers
gender biases
Issue Date: Dec-2016
Publisher: Investigaciones feministas
Citation: González Ramos, A.M., Conesa, E. & Vayreda Duran, A. (2016). "El impacto de las prácticas neo-gerencialistas en las trayectorias científicas de hombres y mujeres en tiempos de crisis". Investigaciones feministas, 7(2), 67-87. ISSN 2171-6080. doi: 10.5209/INFE.52882
Abstract: The progressive incorporation of neoliberal practices in scientific organizations has provoked deep changes in the models of scientific career of men and women. Currently, their trajectories are characterized by intense international mobility and an individualized model of progression because professional careers are no longer sustained by one unique institution. Scientific excellence is the justificatory framework, since only those who reach a major number of individual merits will achieve the highest positions on the professional ladder. Austerity policies impose one additional constriction since resources for new enrollments and promotions have significantly decreased. This work focuses on the strategies used by men and women from different scientific institutions where various contextual factors operate, such as scientific culture, impact of the crisis, etc. The findings display a variety of social situations of men and women in scientific institutions that, however, try to deal with goals and practices that define scientific excellence.
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/70628
ISSN: 2171-6080
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