Although yesterday, Academy Award diversity was boosted by Everything Everywhere All at Once, still the numbers are low.
How Technology, Taxes, and Temperatures Encourage Gender Bias
Whether looking at voice technology, tax forms, or temperature settings, we would see a gender bias that tilts toward men.
How Being a Big Man Might Matter
In separate studies, researchers have demonstrated that the status enjoyed by big men with more weight and height echoes male pigeon power.
Where We Will Add Some Sanity to March Madness
Because a viral video circulated during this year’s March Madness, NCAA women’s basketball will be treated more equitably in the future.
Where the Gender Wage Gap Needs to Shrink
Returning to work, we still have a substantial gender wage gap to diminish although its size depends on the occupation and our expectations.
How March Madness Generates Gender Bias
March Madness is a brand. As a trademarked phrase, it represents more than a tournament. It is a massive moneymaker that creates excitement, rivalries, and riveted viewership. It also represents NCAA gender inequality. NCAA Gender Inequality At this year’s tournament,…
The Impact of a Price on Music and Wine
Because of the impact of a price, our opinion of the music from a Stradivarius violin or the taste of a fine wine could change.
Understanding Coronavirus as a Black Swan Event
Looking at coronavirus as a Black Swan Event, we can better grasp its predictability, its impact, and its similarly to other exceptional crises.
Signs of Gender Equity
With signs that increase gender equality in public spaces, a female presence can be explicitly recognized and affect infrastructure design and jobs.
Why Super Bowl LIII Might Not Be a Financial Bonanza
Although massive Super Bowl spending will pour into Atlanta, estimates of its economic benefit depend on whether you ask the Host Committee or an economist.