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Why Economics Needs More Black Women Behavioral Scientist, 22 June 2020

Why Study (or not study) Economics? A Survey of High School Students by Tanya Livermore and Mike Major, Reserve Bank of Australia, 2020

Women in Economics - Where are they? by Nicki Hutley and Emma Richardson, Asia and the Pacific Policy Society, 29 November 2019

Kristalina Georgieva on Gender Parity: Inequalities Erode Society IMF, 2 November 2019

Why central banks need to promote more women World Economic Forum, 8 July 2019

Top 50 list of prominent economists highlights women’s struggle for recognition in the field Streem, 7 May 2019

Economics is uncovering its gender problem The Economist, 21 March 2019

Does economics have a gender problem? ABC Radio National, with Jacqui Dwyer and Danielle Wood, 7 March 2019

Why women in economics have little to celebrate by Duygu Yengin, The Conversation, 7 March 2019

How can economics solve it gender problem? Webcast recording of CSWEP Panel at American Economic Association Annual Meeting, 5 January 2019 featuring Betsey Stevenson, University of Michigan; Janet Yellen, Brookings Institution; Susan Athey, Stanford University; Sebnem Kalemli-Özcan, University of Maryland: Marianne Bertrand, University of Chicago

What happened to the study of economics? Speech by Jacqui Dwyer, Head of Information Department of the Research Bank of Australia, Business Educators Australasia Annual Meeting, Sydney, 26 May 2018

Where are all the female economists? Financial Times, 12 April 2018

How many female economics professors in top European Universities? Bruegel, 7 March 2018

Where are all the women in economics? BBC, 1

300,000 women are missing from economics by Homa Zarghamee, Wendy Carlin and Samuel Bowles, The Conversation, 18 September 2017 

Evidence of a toxic environment for women in economics by Justin Wolfers, New York Times, 18 August 2017

Women in the economy and in economics Speech by Luci Ellis, Assistant Governor (Economic) of the Reserve Bank of Australia, Launch of the Women in Economics Network, 20 March 2017

Women are dropping out of economics, which means men are running our economy, The Conversation, 20 March 2017

Where are all the female economists in Australia? by Jessica Irvine, Sydney Morning Herald, 16 October 2016


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