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Ana M. González Ramos

Ana M. González Ramos

I am the leader of the project GENERA: Promoting a more inclusive and competitive knowledge economy (FEM2013-48225-C3-1-R).

I received my sociology degree in 1994 at University of Granada, and my PhD degree in 2004 at the Department of Statistics and Operations Research of the University of Cádiz. I was visiting scholar in PREST, institute of innovation research in Manchester in 2007, the Institut för Horere Studien of Vienna in 2005, the Escola de Serviço Social of Pelotas (Brasil) in 2001 and the Sociology Department of La Habana (Cuba) in 2000, the University of Costa Rica (2016).

My main lines of research are gender and participation of women in the knowledge society. My lines of research involve the study of scientific careers in Science and Technology from a gender perspective. This topic entails the evaluation of the meritocratic system based on neutrality criteria of merits and excellence. It entails the study of key issues as such international mobility which affects the life course and the families of men and women scientists and managers.

I conducted some competitive projects from the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Science and Innovation (R&D Research and Innovation Plan), RECERCAIXA and Spanish Women Institute. I also participated in some international corsortium for conducting projects financed by European institutions. These researches address international mobility, women careers, and the science and technology system.

In February 2013 I organised the International Conference: Challenges of the International Mobility of Highly Skilled in the XXI Century – Women in Movement’. Please visit this site for more information… in September 2014 ‘The New Materialist Methodologies: The Gender, Politics, the Digital‘ and Engendering Technology Workshop in 2015.

Contact
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Phone: +34 93 450 5265

Key publications

González Ramos, Ana M., Fernández Palacín, Fernando and Muñoz Márquez, Manuel (2015). Do Men and Women Perform Academic Work Differently? Tertiary Education and Management, 21 (3): 263-276. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13583883.2015.1065904

González Ramos, Ana M., Navarrete Cortés, José and Cabrera Moreno, Esther (2015). Dancers in the Dark: Scientific Careers According to a Gender-Blind Model of Promotion. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 40(2): 182–202.

González, A. M. and Torrado, E. (2015). Addressing women’s agency on international mobility. Women’s Studies International Forum, 49,1–11. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.wsif.2014.12.004

González, A. M. (2014) “Inclusion of Women in Science. Long-term strategies for alone or with partners’ women”, Géneros. Multidisciplinary Journal of Gender Studies, 3 (3): 459-482.

González, A. M. and Torrado, E. “Familia e Investigación: Estrategias familiares y de género de las investigadoras españolas”, Revista Feminismo/s, 23: 183-205

González, A. M. (2014) “Impact of International Careers in National Innovation Culture”. Journal for Global Business Advancement, 7 (2): 163-180.

González, A. M. (2014) “Victoria y la ciencia: el papel de las mujeres en la ciencia contemporánea”. In Castaño and Webster (dir.) Género, ciencia y tecnologías de la información. Barcelona: Editorial Aresta, 89-114.

González, A. M. (2014) ¿Camuflaje o transformación? Estrategia profesional de las mujeres en carreras tecnológicas altamente masculinizadas, Educar, 50 (1): 187-205.

González, A. and Lamolla, L. (2014) Razones para emigrar y retornar: Trayectorias internacionales del personal directivo y emprendedor de industrias innovadoras en España, Papers. Revista de Sociología, 99 (1): 21-40.

González, A. M. (2014) New Orientation of Human Resources Policies in S&T: from Brain Drain to Brain Circulation and Talent Recruitment Policies, Papeles de Población 20(82): 113-135

González, A. and Vergés, N. (2013) “International mobility of women in S&T careers: shaping plans for personal and professional purposes” Gender, Place and Culture, 20 (5): 613-629.

Vergés, N. and González, A. (2013) “Beyond the Work-Life Balance: Family and International Mobility of the Highly Silled”. Sociología y Tecnociencia. Revista Digital de Sociología del Sistema Tecnocientífico, 3: 55-76.

González, A. and Malpica, C. (2013).  “International Mobility of Spanish Men and Women Doctorate Holders” Sociología y Tecnociencia. Revista Digital de Sociología del Sistema Tecnocientífico, 3:  31-54

Müller, Joerg, Castaño, Cecilia, González, Ana M. and Palmén, Rachel (2011) “Policy towards Gender Equality in Science and Research“, Brussels Economic Review, 54 (2): 295-316. ISSN.0008-0195.

González, Ana M. and Vergés, Núria (2011) “Moving for what? International Mobility Strategies of Women in ICT Careers“, International Journal of Gender, Science and Technology, 2: 501-516. ISSN.2040-0748.

González, Ana M. (2011) “Metodología para la construcción de un Sistema de Indicadores sobre el impacto de la movilidad del personal empleado en Ciencia y Tecnología”. En Mario Albornoz y Luis Plaza (Eds.) Agenda 2011. Temas de Indicadores de Ciencia y Tecnología, RICYT-OCTS

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