How Caitlin Clark Economics Can Change the NCAA

As March Madness begins, we can keep an eye on Caitlin Clark economics as a phenomenon that can narrow the NCAA gender gap.

What a Behavioral Economist Might Say About the Barbie Snub

Noting the Oscar nominations that top-grossing film “Barbie” did not get, we can ask if the film industry patriarchy was the reason.

How We Mismeasure Women’s Time Use

When surveys reveal the extra amount of time women spend on household responsibilities, their estimates ignore the “mental load.”

Gender Inequity at March Madness

Looking at continuing March Madness gender inequity, we see how patriarchal systems make it difficult to change.

Why Household Production Needs a Price

Because “we treasure what we measure,” adding household production to the GDP would boost the value of what most women do.