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Is there any evidence that increasing diversity in an academic institution (women, blacks, hispanics, gays) leads to better scientific output?

Why is political inclination not considered diversity in academia? 80% of academia is left-wing. Conservatives, libertarians, ancaps, and minarchists are as rare in academia as any other minority, and by definition they can offer different perspectives.



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