Research published in January 2019 by the Harvard School of Business found that women are less likely to be rewarded for their ideas where gender is known. This research adds to the growing volumes highlighting subtle gender biased throughout all areas of work which are contributing to the lower numbers of women in senior roles.
The 3 researchers in this report, "run an experiment that features a novel task with deliberation to explore how stereotypes shape group decision-making". There findings are that, "women are less likely to be rewarded for their ideas in maletyped domains when gender is known". Please read the full report from Harvard Business School titled Gender Stereotypes In Deliberation and Team Decisions