The article discusses the recent resignation of Roland Fryer from the AEA and suggestions on how these issues should be treated in future and what has to change so that this type of behavior is avoided. To read the full article, click here.
This article by the New York Times cited the presentation we held at our reception “Data and Drinks” at the annual meeting in Atlanta in January 2019. We are happy they used our research to explain the problem. To read the article, click here.
The 2019 ASSA is coming up in less than a month. In addition to our annual reception , “Data and Drinks”, we will also host an interesting session on Barriers to Boardrooms. We are especially proud that Cornerstone Research will be sponsoring our reception at the … Read More
Card, David et al.(2018) published a paper on their research looking at the effects the gender has on publication of economic research. There are some interesting findings when it comes to the standard of qualit of the papers. To read the full paper, click here. … Read More
The paper by Heckman and Moktan (2018) looks at the impact publishing in one of the top five journals has on the possibility of receiving tenure at one of the top 35 U.S. academic economics department has. To read the full article, click here. Source: PUBLISHING … Read More
Luigi Zingales (University of Chicago) and Kate Waldock (Georgetown) discuss the recent trial between Ravina and Columbia Business School in their podcast. To listen to the entire podcast click on the following link: Sex, Power and the Ivory Tower To find out more about the podcast, … Read More
The Swedish House of Finance at the Stockholm School of Economics, and AFFECT are jointly organizing the third conference on Showcasing Women in Finance. The submission deadline for papers is September 1st, 2018. For more information, click here.
To the AFA board: We write in response to the recent verdict in the case Ravina vs Columbia. The unanimous jury vote was that Professor Bekaert, a full professor at Columbia University, is liable for retaliation against Enrichetta Ravina, a former assistant professor at Columbia … Read More
Our AFFECT chair, Professor Renee Adams, has written an op-ed on ProMarket about the recent Ravina vs. Columbia trial. She discusses the need for economists to become
Assistant Professor Ravina wins court case against Columbia University and former Colleague. Professor Bekaert was found liable of retaliation. The trial was in U.S. District Court in New York. Ravina was a former Assistant Professor in Finance and Economics at the Columbia Business School. To read … Read More