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Why half the scientists in some eastern European countries are women
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18 July 2019
On 18 July 2019 The Economist reported:
Science is still a man's world. Eastern Europe bucks the global trend, according to a recent report from Leiden University in the Netherlands. In Lithuania, 57 percent of scientists and engineers are women. Bulgaria and Latvia follow close behind, at 52 percent. Universities in Poland and Serbia were ranked among the best in the world for [gender] equality in research publications. South-east Europe is roughly at parity: 49 percent of scientific researchers in the region are women.
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