Spotlight on the US
Slightly higher citation rates...
Although women tend to publish fewer research articles than men, their articles are downloaded and cited at similar rates, and at slightly higher rates in the US.
* Field-Weighted Impact indicators normalize the data to account for different download and citation rates and practices across articles' fields, types, and ages.
Spotlight on Japan
Higher output on average for women in Japan despite strong underrepresentation
In Japan, the number of women in research is relatively low; however their scholarly output tends to be higher than that of the men.
Spotlight on Engineering
Research impact - Field-Weighted Citation Impact* in Engineering (2011-2015)
In half of the comparators, women's output in Engineering has slightly higher citation impact than men's: US, EU, Canada, UK, Japan & Denmark.
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