FINANCIAL TIMES: Economics has a problem with women

Press / Media: Expert comment

Release date: 28/8/2017

Description

To most people, an economist is the chap interviewed in newspapers or on the television uttering acronym-laced incantations about 0.3 per cent this or 10 per cent that. He is usually a man, rarely stylish, mysteriously confident, and a bit dull.

Media coverage

TitleEconomics has a problem with women
Media name / outletFinancial Times
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date28/08/17
DescriptionTo most people, an economist is the chap interviewed in newspapers or on the television uttering acronym-laced incantations about 0.3 per cent this or 10 per cent that. He is usually a man, rarely stylish, mysteriously confident, and a bit dull.
URLhttps://www.ft.com/content/6b3cc8be-881e-11e7-afd2-74b8ecd34d3b
PersonsDiane Coyle

Keywords

  • economics, gender equality