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.
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.
Researchers discover that during venture capitalist question and answer sessions investors are more likely to ask promotion questions to men entrepreneurs and prevention questions to women entrepreneurs, impacting funding allocation.
Evidence from this study suggests that the structure of performance evaluations can considerably affect how men and women are evaluated, and consequently, how they are rewarded.
In this study, evidence suggests that engineering education socializes women engineers into reproducing its norms and values, which upholds gender inequality in the profession.