A scandalous article, some juicy bits for thought right here, thanks!
Would you be able to elaborate on the productivity claim? I don't see linked article supporting that statement.
What is said in the articles is that at the higher reaches of faculty women produce more work to advance at their careers. No concrete inferences are made on productivity, one way or another. Even if they were, it would be a dubious thing to do as the sample size in the study is really small and no assessment of the quality of the produced work is made.
Interestingly, the vibe I got from the article is as if they are looking to demonstrate that women are being discriminated against. No such direct statements are made, though.
A curious choice this article. Or am I missing the beat here?