Fresh! – 28/1/19

  • Studying organisations could help our understanding of gender differences and inequality:

How organizational characteristics shape gender difference and inequality at work; Elizabeth H. Gorman & Sarah Mosseri

  • How the social networks can predict placement into leadership positions for men and women:

A network’s gender composition and communication pattern predict women’s leadership success; Yang Yang, Nitesh V. Chawla & Brian Uzzi

  • Will more focus on companies and industries actions, instead of what women should do, solve the gender diversity problem:

Too Much Talk, Too Little Action: The Corporate Side of Gender Diversity in Governance; Douglas M. Branson

  • Shared parental leave reduces the extent to which children are associated with traditional labour sharing in the domestic sphere:

Are Children Barriers to the Gender Revolution? International Comparisons; Laurie F. DeRose, Frances Goldscheider, Javiera Reyes Brito, Andrés Salazar-Arango, Paúl Corcuera, Paúl J. Corcuera, Montserrat Gas-Aixendri

  • The effect of outreach interventions on students’ perceptions of Computer Science (CS) as a field, and on their educational choices:

Identifying Pathways to Computer Science: The Long-Term Impact of Short-Term Game Programming Outreach Interventions; Antti-Jussi Lakanen & Tommi Kärkkäinen

  • Detecting and fixing gender biases on software can improve the software’s inclusiveness:

From Gender Biases to Gender-Inclusive Design: An Empirical Investigation; Mihaela Vorvoreanu, Lingyi Zhang, Yun-Han Huang, Claudia Hilderbrand, Zoe Steine-Hanson,  Margaret Burnett



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