STINT has used publication data to study how internationally mobile female and male researchers in Sweden are, and how their international mobility impacts on performance indicators. The results are presented in a report, which also provides opportunities to compare 26 countries and several scientific fields in terms of their gender balances. The results of the study might be of interest to policy makers, funding agencies and researchers.

During the seminar, some results from the report will be presented. Thereafter it will be discussed by representatives from research, university management and mobility funding.


Andreas Göthenberg, Executive Director, STINT

Researchers in Sweden: Mobility and gender
Hans Pohl, Programme Director and author of the report, STINT

Comments on the report and a few words about gender equality initiatives
Fredrik Bondestam, Head of the Swedish Secretariat for Gender Research, University of Gothenburg
Sigbritt Karlsson, President, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Helena Lindholm, Deputy Chair, STINT

Questions and answers


The webinar will be held in English, through Microsoft Teams. It will not be recorded.

Registration closes on December 15. A link to the event will be sent to your email address before the seminar.

We look forward to your participation.

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The Report, Mobility and gender

Location: Online via Microsoft Teams

Date: 17 December 2020, at 13.00–14.00 (CEST)

The webinar will be held in English.

RegistrationPlease register online before 15 December »

Link to the event will be sent to your e-mail address before the seminar.