Women may not be more pessimistic than men after all - why that matters for the gender pay gap
Comerford D (2021) Women may not be more pessimistic than men after all - why that matters for the gender pay gap. The Conversation. 20.08.2021.
First paragraph: We live in a world largely designed by men, for men, and according to a particular limited view of what it is to be a man. This has had a lot of unfair consequences, one of which is that women are paid less than men. It’s vital that we address this.
Gender politics; Men and women; earnings; gender pay gap; salaries; Optimism
|Funders||UK Research and Innovation|
|Publication date online||20/08/2021|
|Publisher||The Conversation Trust|
|Place of publication||London|