Expectations bias is among the top gender issues for female economists because we are predisposed to think of a male when looking at academic research.
Our everyday economics includes wages, externalities, productivity, income, tradeoff, taxes, fiscal policy, gender, human capital and comparative advantage.
Because the presence of women in Major League Baseball (MLB) management positions is very small, they have diminished their talented human capital supply.
The film industry gender gap displayed behind the scenes and in front of the camera through male domination reflects expectations bias.
Our everyday economics includes innovation, incentives, environment, regulation, gender,monopolistic competition, oligopoly ,intellectual property and cost,
Stereotypical depictions of women in cartoons reinforces an expectations bias that men are authority figures while women are parents.
The behavioral economics ideas from our everyday economics are confirmation, expectations and projection bias, frames, temporal discounting and sunk costs.