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
📢Apply now to be 1 of the 2 ESRC-funded Postdoctoral Fellows at the Gender Studies Department this October!
Deadline to make contact with prospective mentors is 24 Feb 🤝📝
It’s now been ten years since the introduction of the high-income child benefit charge, which reduces child benefit for families with an earner above £50,000.
As a result, those on £50k-60k with 2 children face a tax rate of 60%.
Introducing the first ever Development Engineering textbook showcasing case studies ranging from measuring grid reliability in Ghana to predicting water supply in Bangalore: https://tinyurl.com/yckrmxfu
[NEW SERIES] 📊 Our new spotlight series about persistent inequality launches next Wednesday. You will get to hear Clémentine speak with three scholars: Jonathan Colmer, Marlon Seror, and Marie Beigelman. Be sure to tune in to the first episode of the series next week!
January's @LSE_RI blog written by the Hub's @NinaRoussille entitled➡️ "Opening up new horizons to close gender disparities" discusses the central role of the ask gap in gender pay inequality. 💻👫💰https://www.lse.ac.uk/research/research-for-the-world/economics/opening-up-new-horizons-to-close-gender-disparities #LSEResearchForTheWorld #genderpaygap