Utopia, you are standing in it!

Celebrating humanity's flourishing through the spread of capitalism and the rule of law

A game of mirrors? Economists’ models of the labor market and the 1970s gender reckoning

March 8, 2018


The Undercover Historian

Written with Cleo Chassonnery-Zaigouche and John Singleton

The underrepresentation of women in science is drawing increasing attention from scientists as well as from the media. For example, research examining glass ceilings, leaking or small pipelines, the influence of mentorship, biases in refereeing, recommendations, and styles of undergraduate education or textbooks are flourishing in STEM, engineering, social sciences, and the humanities. Economics is no exception, as a paper that drew widespread coverage by Alice Wu released in the summer of 2017 exemplified. One thing that nevertheless sets economics and (to greater and lesser extents) its cognate disciplines apart, however, is that research topics such as the gender wage gap, women’s labor supply, and labor market discrimination are phenomena that many researchers in these areas both experience and study. An obvious question raised, therefore, is how the theories, models, and empirical evidence that economists develop and produce in turn…

View original post 3,135 more words

Advertisements

JONATHAN TURLEY The Texas Eighth Court of Appeals in El Paso has thrown out the conviction of Terry Lee Morris after Judge George Gallagher ordered him to be shocked with a stun belt to induce him to “follow the rules.”  Gallagher’s actions were a disgrace and constitutes at a minimum assault upon a defendant.  He should be …

Continue reading

Rate this:

PA Pundits - International

"the relentless pursuit of common sense"

Truth on the Market

Scholarly commentary on law, economics, and more

StephenFranks.co.nz

A New Zealand lawyer, ex-MP, farmer and enthusiast for life opines on law, politics and the universe

Barrie Saunders

Thoughts on public policy and the media

Susan Sinclair

Independent Researcher on Women's Sex Based Rights

The Honest Broker

Making Sense of Science in Policy and Politics

Survey Anon's Gender Blog

discussing formal and, more often, informal studies of gender feelings

Jason Collins blog

Behavioural economics. Behavioural and data science. Economics. Evolutionary biology.

One Sock: Heather Roy's Blog

A blog for my thoughts and writings - past, present and future

Friends of Science Calgary

The Sun is the main driver of climate change. Not you. Not carbon dioxide.

Visualize This

data visualization goulash

James Kennedy

VCE Chemistry teacher in Melbourne, Australia

longandvariable

A blog on macroeconomics and public policy by Tony Yates.

Gender Abolitionist

Examining Gender Identity ideology and its impact on Women's Sex based protections. Exploring how this has taken such firm root in Western societies (Cognitive & Regulatory Capture).

The Skeptical Doctor

Dedicated to the work of Theodore Dalrymple

Books & Boots

reflections on books and art

Legal History Miscellany

Posts on the History of Law, Crime, and Justice

English Legal History

Making English Legal History easy and enjoyable to digest.

TERF is a slur

Documenting the abuse, harassment and misogyny of transgender identity politics

No Punches Pulled

Laughter – the best medicine

The Dangerous Economist

Celebrating humanity's flourishing through the spread of capitalism and the rule of law

Sex, Drugs and Economics

Celebrating humanity's flourishing through the spread of capitalism and the rule of law

Economic Growth in History

Nuno Palma's economic and political history blog

The Logical Place

Tim Harding's writings on rationality, informal logic and skepticism

RGS History

The Newcastle RGS History blog

Nick Cohen: Writing from London

Journalism from London.

4thWaveNow

A community of parents & others questioning the medicalization of gender-atypical youth

Women Are Human

Independent source for the top stories in worldwide gender identity news

Trans Crime UK

Documenting crimes committed by transgender individuals in the UK

Flip Chart Fairy Tales

Business Bullshit, Corporate Crap and other stuff from the World of Work

The Long Run

the EHS blog

Sir John Cowperthwaite

Celebrating humanity's flourishing through the spread of capitalism and the rule of law

The Undercover Historian

Beatrice Cherrier's blog

Vincent Geloso

Economics, History, Lots of Data and French Stuff

Climatism

Tracking Anthropogenic Climate Alarmism

MasterResource

A free-market energy blog

Science Matters

Reading between the lines, and underneath the hype.

Point of Order

Politics and the economy

%d bloggers like this: