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Mickey, Ethel L. 2022.The Organization of Networking and Gender Inequality in the New Economy: Evidence from the Tech Industry.” Work and Occupations. Online First.

Mickey, Ethel L., Joya Misra, and Dessie Clark. 2022. “The Persistence of Neoliberal Logics in Faculty Evaluations amidst Covid-19: Recalibrating toward Equity.” Gender, Work & Organization. Online First.

Mickey, Ethel L. and Laurel Smith-Doerr. 2022. “Gender and Innovation through an Intersectional Lens:  Re-imagining Academic Entrepreneurship in the United States.” Sociology Compass 16(3): e12964.

Misra, Joya, Ethel L. Mickey, Ember Skye Kanelee, and Laurel Smith-Doerr. 2022. “Creating Inclusive Department Climates in STEM Fields: A Study of Multiple Faculty Perspectives on the Same Departments.” Journal of Diversity in Higher Education. Online First.

Griffith, Eric E., Ethel L. Mickey, and Nilanjana Dasgupta. 2022. “A ‘Chillier’ Climate for Multiply Marginalized STEM Faculty Impedes Research Collaboration.” Sex Roles 86: 233-248.

Clark, Dessie, Ethel L. Mickey, and Joya Misra. 2022. “Growing the Roots of Equity: The TREE Model of Institutional Response to COVID-19.” Journal of Diversity in Higher Education. Online First.


Kanelee, Ember Skye, Joya Misra, and Ethel L. Mickey. 2022. “Lists are Good, Praxis is Better: Action Steps to Foster Inclusion for Black Faculty.” Understanding and Dismantling Privilege. XII(1): 54-63.

Mickey, Ethel L. 2019. “When Gendered Logics Collide: Going Public and Restructuring in a High-Tech Organization.” Gender & Society 33(4): 509-533. *Lead article.

Mickey, Ethel L. 2019. “‘Eat, Pray, Love Bullshit’: Women’s Empowerment through Wellness at an Elite Professional Conference.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 48(1): 103-127.

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