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
We are actively looking to partner with firms and governments to create a more inclusive workplace. If you are interested please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or book at 15mn meeting with one of our directors here.
For more details on what we can do together, see our call for data here.
The Hub for Equal Representation (H.E.R.) at @lsenews provides data-driven insights for a more diverse and inclusive economy. Supported by @GatesFoundation
.."The findings of the paper suggest that minority status can perpetuate itself and create a vicious cycle of under-representation" @_XiaoyueShan_ is absolutely one to watch #minoritytrap #gender 🔥
[NEW EPISODE] 👩🎓“The Minority Trap” In this episode, @_XiaoyueShan_ tells us about her research on how minority status causes women to leave male-dominated fields.
#econ #econtwitter #minoritystatus #gender #inequality @Penn @Wharton
Do social interactions at work influence employees' careers and contribute to the gender pay gap?
@zoebcullen (@HarvardHBS) & @pereztruglia (@BerkeleyHaas) on schmoozing and the gender gap:
#ec307, @LSEEcon development econ is back in 3D with a shiny new syllabus and an impressive line up of TAs (@JackThiemel #antonheil #peterwardgriffin), cannot wait to start!
📢 Join our webinar next week 📢
“Does Better Information Reduce Gender Discrimination in the Technology Industry?”
🗣 Clementine Van Effentere (University of Toronto) @ClemVaneff
📆 4 October
⏰ 3pm CET
📧 Send an email to email@example.com to attend
Explore @LSEnews research&commentary on the state of the UK economy and its future. With interest rates going up & energy bills increasing, LSE Director Minouche Shafik explains what happens next with inflation & what the main priorities are #LSEUKEconomy http://www.lse.ac.uk/Research/UK-economy
#makingequalitywork Launch of the LSE Hub for Equal Representation in the Economy. London, 14 January 2022
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