This experimental study demonstrates that women are penalized in terms of advancement opportunities when they self-report sexual harassment, due to the perception that these women are violating social norms.
Gender diversity has increased over the past few decades in capital markets, but not much has changed at the leadership level. What contributes to this underrepresentation, and what can the industry do to improve it?
Research by András Tilcsik (GATE grant recipient) and Sonia Kang (GATE Faculty Research Fellow) on resume whitening is referenced by CNN.
This policy brief examines the benefits and drawbacks of the gig economy, and why companies, governments, worker cooperatives and researchers should work to ensure the safety and rights of gig workers.
This policy brief summarizes what is known about diversity and inclusion in small to medium-sized enterprises in the Canadian context and what could be done going forward.
Attracting and retaining diverse talent has been a persistent challenge within financial services. This case study examines the current state of the industry and asks how capital markets can foster an environment that is inclusive and supports career advancement for women as well as men.
Dans un article d'opinion pour La Conversation, Sarah Kaplan explique comment éradiquer le "mansplaining".
In an opinion piece for The Conversation, Sarah Kaplan discusses how to eradicate mansplaining.
Speaking to BNN Bloomberg, Sarah Kaplan comments on the bias hidden in algorithms. (This article also appeared in Canada's Occupational Health & Safety Magazine.)
Sarah Kaplan appears on Metro Morning with Matt Galloway to talk about her latest piece on mansplaining.