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I just spent a week working intensively with 5 people from very different backgrounds, whom I had mostly never met, on a problem that I’d never seen before Monday. And it was great, though I did need to sleep for … Continue reading

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Collaboration, Bias, and Tenure

I was pretty bummed to read this New York Times article about the prospects for women seeking tenure in Economics. In case you don’t have time to read it all right now: in recent study, Economist Heather Sarsons found that … Continue reading

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Salerno’s Eleven

Collaborating and coauthoring are quite common in math. Most often, however, mathematicians tend to work on their own or with only a few other collaborators. If you check the math arXiv you will notice that most papers have less than four … Continue reading

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