The Wall Street Journal
Frustrated with the lack of progress towards gender equality in the economy, proponents of diversity are building the "business case" for action. But, Professor Sarah Kaplan argues in this TEDx talk, this may do more harm than good.
Sarah Kaplan quoted in the Waterloo Region Record on the importance of having the images of women on banknotes given the long history of excluding women from the economy
Sarah Kaplan and Rotman Alum Tanya van Biesen featured in MetroNews on the potential for quotas to achieve greater diversity on corporate boards
‘Diversity is our strength’: Americas Competitiveness Exchange highlights U of T Engineering leadership in diversity, robotics research
U of T Engineering News features Sarah Kaplan moderating a panel on women in STEM and entrepreneurship featuring Dean Cristina Amon, Stephenie Foster, Genevieve Tanguay and Trina Alexson at the sixth Americas Competitiveness Exchange
Knowledge @ InseadVCs claim that if women pitched high-quality businesses, the meritocracy would duly reward them. But research shows that all else being equal, men still fare better than women.
Stanford Social Innovation Review
Economic development efforts regularly focus on women, often because women are seen as risk averse and more likely to use money prudently. But this seemingly beneficial stereotype can lead to discrimination and unequal outcomes.
If gender equality promises benefits to everyone, why aren’t we embracing it? Catherine Mayer tackles this question in “Attack of the Fifty Foot Women.” | April 2017
Aaron Dhir presented the findings of his latest book: Challenging Boardroom Homogeneity: Corporate Law, Governance, and Diversity | May 3, 2017
A panel discussion commemorating Equal Pay Day discussed the gender wage gap, child care, parental leave (maternity and paternity), education/skills development, and business norms and practices.