Skip to content Skip to navigation

Our Research In the News

May 26 2021 | Newsweek
WRITTEN BY EMILY PECK New signs of the nation's expanding recovery from the pandemic crop up every day, but for millions of women in the U.S. the economic punch of COVID may never be over. Long after the face masks have been tucked away and the kids are back in school full-time, after offices...
May 26 2021 | Inc.
WRITTEN BY LORI NISHIURA MACKENZIE, SARAH A. SOULE, HANNAH YANOW, AND MAGGIE NEALE
WRITTEN BY NADRA NITTLE How negative stereotypes about men and women creep into a process intended to be meritocratic. A take-charge attitude at work typically earns men positive performance reviews, but for women, assertiveness only gets them so far. Although workplace evaluations are supposed to...
Apr 26 2021 | The Nation
WRITTEN BY ADRIAN DAUB In Silicon Valley, conceptions of gender aren’t just an aspect of workplace culture—they’re part of the product. Read more at thenation.com
Apr 21 2021 | Inc.
WRITTEN BY SARAH A. SOULE, LORI NISHIURA MACKENZIE, AND DAVINA DRABKIN CEOs are our most trusted leaders. They must lead on political, social and health concerns while still delivering profit. Read more at inc.com

Pages