This study explores the role of gender blindness and finds that gender blindness can improve women’s confidence without requiring women to change their behaviour.
Speaking at the Wharton School, Sarah Kaplan pushes attendees to question the focus on making the “business case” for gender equality by asking three questions.
Sonia Kang talks with CBC News about the effectiveness of Starbucks' anti-bias training initiative.
This video explainer is based on an Oxford-style debate on the effectiveness of diversity training hosted by GATE in 2017.
In this video, MBA Student Fellow, Ria Dutta, interviews several practitioners, academics, and activists about sponsorship and how it's different from mentorship.
Dionne Pohler is interviewed by the Globe and Mail to discuss the effects of British pay transparency laws on Canadian companies.
Sonia Kang speaks with "VIEW to the U" about her research that touches on several areas, including managing multiple identities, résumé whitening, the psychological foundations of discrimination, and more.
Stanford Social Innovation Review
Rachael Goodman & Sarah Kaplan discuss how gender-diverse people face different kinds of economic inclusion and exclusion than other marginalized groups. (Part 5 in a 5-part series with SSIR).
Joanne Lipman, Editor in Chief of USA TODAY, joined us on March 28 to talk about her book "That's What She Said: What Men Need to Know and Women Need to Tell Them About Working Together."
In our first Industry Partner Workshop, our researchers and partners engaged on the gender wage gap, the state-of-the-art on the business case for diversity, the unintended consequences of diversity statements and more.