March 1st, 2024
Nobel Prize in Economics: An Acknowledgment to Gender Inequality Research
In October, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences awarded Claudia Goldin, a prominent economist and academic from Harvard University, the Nobel Prize in Economics. The reason: her significant contribution to understanding the career paths women have followed throughout history. Goldin's research has been crucial in identifying the main factors behind gender differences in the workplace. With a rigorous approach, she has outlined a detailed chronology on how women's participation in work has evolved over the centuries. Her study has allowed an understanding of the causes of the various fluctuations in this area, as well as the deep roots
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