Where the Glass Ceiling Refuses to Shatter

Looking at the glass ceiling, a recent study indicates that progress has stalled for women ascending the legal and corporate ladder.

Pink It, Shrink It, and Gender Design Discrimination

For years, women have needed sweaters, jackets, even snuggies at work. The reason takes us to some solid science…for men. Our story starts with a 154 pound man in a business suit. Decades ago, the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating…

The Significance of a Beer Case

Because some young men who could not buy beer in Oklahoma said the law was unconstitutional, the Supreme Court had to look at gender discrimination.

Weekly Roundup: From More Grit to Less Sugar

Weekly News Roundup Sunday 05.01.16 Why we need grit…more Monday 05.02.16 A better way to fight poachers…more Tuesday 05.03..16 The tax that Princeton might have to pay…more Wednesday 05.04.16 How our mailmen might change…more Thursday 05.05.16 Mexican soda tax problems…more Friday 05.06.16 A new way…

Misleading Gender Discrimination Statistics

Using statistics to identify gender discrimination accurately, we should look at the components of summary results to avoid Simpson’s paradox.

Gender Issues: Time to Rethink Pink

By Lilli DeBode, guest blogger, senior at Kent Place School Ladies, have you ever wanted a tablet, but just couldn’t bear to be seen with one of those tremendously masculine iPads? Lucky for you, technology has made a breakthrough. Eurostar, a…

The Augusta National Golf Club and Women

Has the value of a woman changed at Augusta National Golf Club? Samuel Palmisano, Louis Gerstner and John Akers are former IBM CEOs with Augusta National Golf Club green blazers. Until now,  the CEOs of all major corporate sponsors of…