We are a team of economics researchers at the London School of Economics focused on improving representation of women and minorities at work.
These are the latest findings from the Hub’s researchers at the London School of Economics
Why women’s careers stagnate when children arrive, while men continue to thrive? What is the cost of excluding talented women from the labour market?
The Hub’s researchers have some answers
#makingequalitywork Launch of the LSE Hub for Equal Representation in the Economy. London, 14 January 2022
The Hub for Equal Representation (H.E.R.) at @lsenews provides data-driven insights for a more diverse and inclusive economy. Supported by @GatesFoundation
⭐️Research Assistant Vacancy⭐️
LSE-GATES Hub for Equal Representation
We're looking at you #econra👩💻👨💻 #predoc
1)Are you interested in the determinants of gender&race inequality?
2)Would you like to work with @landais_camille @orianabandiera & @NinaRoussille ?
3)Do you have a BA/MA in Econ or a related discipline?
If the answer is YES ⬇️ #econtwitter
..⬇️"This event addresses some of the important issues facing men and boys in our society today and puts forward a positive vision of masculinity that is compatible with gender equality..."
📢We are excited to welcome @RichardvReeves to discuss how we can tackle some of the key structural and societal issues facing men and boys today.
🔴With commentary from Abigail McKnight (@CASE_LSE)
📍The Auditorium, CBG
Find out more 👇
Female and black professionals more often viewed as ‘lucky’ than competent when they succeed
"How we view the success of others from different sociodemographic groups is a crucial leverage point for inclusion and diversity"-Odessa Hamilton
What we need - on every topic and most of all culture - is careful analysis of the evidence, without being blinkered by our ideological priors.
I’m very much looking forward to the brilliant @kearney_melissa joining my podcast to discuss the “Two Parent Privilege”.
📢"..it's important 'cos fuller representation &greater diversity would contribute to an improved understanding of our public problems & their solutions, &hence better functioning societies& more accountable polities" ⬇️this is one not to miss #womenineconomics #genderinclusivity
Register now for our next virtual event, #WhatEconomicsIsMissing, where Minouche Shafik (@LSEnews), @SongweVera, and others will discuss how achieve gender inclusivity in #economics. @LSEEcon @IEA_economics https://bit.ly/3ZeMfjB