Neuroeconomics Base Rates

Based on authorship of contributions to the first and second editions of “Neuroeconomics: Decision Making and the Brain” and to a special issue on neuroeconomics in Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, the percentage of women is 22% (calculated as the percentage of women among all authors contributing to these texts).

However, contributions to these texts were curated. An estimate based on NIHReporter with keywords neuroscience AND decision making gives the larger estimate of 37%.