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Monthly Archives: May 2013
Maybe you’ve heard news media reports noting that women lag behind men in understanding finances. What is the evidence for such gender differences in knowledge and understanding of finances. According to economist Annamaria Lusardi, it depends on how you ask. … Continue reading
In April, the GIN group discussed Prof. Grunfeld’s video on ‘Power and Influence’. In our discussion, we considered the wisdom and challenge of acting to maximize authority or approachability and the dangers of feeling or being fake. Last week, Sonoo … Continue reading
This slick visualization from Scientific American (STEM degrees) 2008*, more biology degrees were earned by women than men. Nearly half of all undergraduate degrees in chemistry were earned by women, but only 40% of PhDs. Though much discussion circles around the numbers, there … Continue reading