A new gender gap in education has profound political and economic consequences

September 22, 2021
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The New York Times

Research by Francesca Gino of the Harvard Business School is discussed in this article. The research from 2015 suggested that compared to men, women have a higher number of life goals, place less importance on power-related goals, associate more negative outcomes with high-power positions, perceive power as less desirable, and are less likely to take advantage of opportunities for professional advancement.

Read the full article here.