R&I PEERS Scientific Publications

During the R&I PEERS project, project partners regularly contribute to scientific publications on topics related to project progress and outcomes. These publications are included below.

PartnerTitle & AuthorPublicationDetails
Agency, Biography, and Temporality: (Un)making Women’s Biographies in the Wake of the Loss of the Socialist Project in Yugoslavia,” Tanja Petrović, Jovana Mihajlović Trbovc (PDF)
ZRC SAZUStructural Positions, Hierarchies, and Perceptions of Gender Equality: Insights From a Slovenian Research Organization,” Jovana Mihajlović Trbovc, Majda Černič Istenič, Tanja Petrović, Andreas Andreou (PDF)Social Science Forum (Družboslovne razprave) 38 (99), 2022, pages 103 to 128.
CNTI“Harnessing the collective wisdom of diverse stakeholders towards identifying obstacles that R&I organizations face in their effort to develop and implement Gender Equality Plans,” Kevin Dye, Clara Ng, Marcus Hallside, Yiannis LaurisGender Issues (Springer), August 2022Submitted and awaiting publication
CNTI“Co-constructing action across boundaries for Gender Equality Planning; A comparison analysis by a European Consortium of Research & Innovation Organizations,” Kevin Dye, Clara Ng, Marcus HallsideGender Issues (Springer), August 2022Submitted and awaiting publication
“The R&I PEERS project at the University of Salerno: the implementation of GEPs in research organisations,” Maria Rosaria Pelizzari
Naples, University of Naples Federico II, 5-6 December 2019, pages 197 to 210
Proceedings of the conference “Diversity Management: New frontiers of inclusion and challenges for the CUG”

“The University of Salerno’s first Gender Equality Plan”“4th International Conference on Gender Research,” June 2021Peer-reviewed conference proceedings

“Improving Female Researchers’ Careers through Gender Equality Plan actions: Experiences from a Slovenian Research Institution,” Tanja Petrovic
Public Policy and Administration

“Contribution of working-class females as sustainers of life, welfare and economy of society, and the discrimination they suffer in Spain,” N. Ibarra-González, Mato KnezInternational JournalSubmitted and awaiting publication

“Digital Equity and Women’s Economic Agency,” Cheryl MillerSocio-Economic Disparities, Vulnerable Communities, and the Future
of Work and Entrepreneurship
, Volume 2
, (IGI Global), Forthcoming 2023
Submitted and awaiting publication