Although yesterday, Academy Award diversity was boosted by Everything Everywhere All at Once, still the numbers are low.
When Alphabetical Order Matters
Ranging from the Olympics to scholarly papers and with everything in between, alphabetical order is an equalizer.
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 Men Named James Relate to Female CEOs
To assess the workplace gender gap among countries and companies, we need only look at the names James and Michael.
The Special Side of a New Twenty Dollar Bill
Harriet Tubman might soon be on a new twenty dollar bill. Enslaved in Maryland by the owner of a small farm, Harriet Tubman (c.1822-1913) ran away when she was approximately 18. She left her husband and family behind but repeatedly…
Diversity in the Recording Studio
Looking at recording industry diversity through the artists, the songwriters, and the producers, we would see an inadequate female presence.
What Movie Leading Roles (Don’t) Say About Diversity
Through leads, co-leads, and directors, we can see the underrepresentation of diversity in movies for gender, race, and ethnicity.
The Mystery of the Disappearing Female CEO
Confirming the gender gap at the top, the NY Times Glass Ceiling Index compares the number of Fortune 500 female CEOs and Fortune 500 male CEOs named John.
The Self-Promotion Gender Gap
Hoping to understand differences in the workplace, a recent study looked at whether women tend to engage in less self-promotion than men.