coauthor

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a writer who collaborates with others in writing something

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We therefore include a gender-experience interacted variable such that if women experience more significant career interruptions than men, then the expected impact on coauthoring is negative.
This evidence indicates that the probability of coauthoring is much lower for women in small departments and not until department size reaches sixty-four members do the probabilities converge for men and women.
This evidence along with gender-sorting behavior is consistent with the presence of discriminatory attitudes toward coauthoring with women.
Hence, if enhanced productivity dominates, then the incremental impact of coauthoring will be positive; if shirking dominates, then the impact will be negative.
The evidence above indicates that, given existing incentives, coauthoring does not detract from, or enhance, overall productivity when articles are discounted by the number of coauthors.