Barbara D. Finberg Director of the Clayman Institute for Gender Research Shelley Correll talks with Stanford Business magazine about the small-wins approach for eliminating gender bias.
Written by Alex ShashKevich
Reentering the workforce after taking a leave of absence can be difficult, but is it harder for workers who lost their jobs and have been unemployed or workers who took time away to care for children? My research shows it’s the latter who have it worse.
Written by Kate Weisshaar
The Center for Women's Leadership is part of Stanford's Clayman Institute for Gender Research. Founded in 1974, the Institute creates interdisciplinary networks of scholars and advocates to collaborate on innovative solutions for gender equality.