Average men get the benefit of the doubt
“We have a long, long history of women being excluded in certain ways from the economy,” said Sarah Kaplan in the Toronto Star.
Stanford Social Innovation ReviewInvesting with a gender lens can create financial and social impact by increasing women’s access to capital, promoting workplace equity, and creating products and services that improve the lives of women and girls.
Rotman Management MagazineRotman Professor Sarah Kaplan describes, in an interview, the emerging investing movement that is using a ‘gender lens’ to uncover value.
How mixed-gender committees may lead to more biased results than all-male committees.
How gender influences our perceptions of the value of technology
Eve Ellis of Morgan Stanley and Angela Sun of Bloomberg L.P. discussed why gender is “material” to investors.
This panel from US Trust, Barclays and Rotman discussed how investing with a gender lens can create financial and social impact.