Why Aren’t There More Women Economists at the United Nations?

Written by Colum Lynch 17 May 2021

“The most credentialed women economists are generally underrepresented throughout the workplace, with more than two-thirds of economics doctoral degrees in the United States awarded to men, and only 40 percent of entry-level economists in Europe are women. That disparity shows up in big institutions” (Coloum Lynch, 2021).

Publisher: Foreign Policy

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Categories: Inequality, Tools of Democracy