Performance et relations de conseil : Comment la structure relationnelle de l’élite des chercheurs français en cancérologie a conditionné leur progression entre 1999-2001 et 1996-1998

Abstract : This article shows that performances of a specific subpopulation of French researchers in cancer research depend on their advice network. They make progress if they maximize access to scarce resources and their connection to other groups in certain cases. The absence of status competition within the group of peers is an advantage as well as a sufficient relational opening beyond the group with a majority of “dependent” researchers. By taking into account a shape of “glass ceiling” and a specific case of hematologists, the researchers who have the right structural qualities are 11 times more likely to make progress in terms of performance.
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Germain Barré, Emmanuel Lazega, Marie-Thérèse Jourda. Performance et relations de conseil : Comment la structure relationnelle de l’élite des chercheurs français en cancérologie a conditionné leur progression entre 1999-2001 et 1996-1998. Canadian Review of Sociology, 2012, 49 (3), pp.292 - 315. ⟨hal-01800218⟩

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