On this page, you will find summaries of research articles on the topic of women and higher education. Most of the articles will deal with gender differences in the choices that students make for their fields of study. The objective of these summaries is to better inform society on the importance of these choices, how to reduce gender differences in choices for fields of study, and the future of the labor market.
The article investigates the role of gender differences in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education during different stages of entrepreneurial activity. Read the original article.
The author of this study examines the role of gender differences in academic choices on employability. Read the original article (FR).
The present article studies the gender differences in gains in the high-skilled labour market. Read the original article.
In this article, the author examines the increase in the importance of social skills in the labour market. Read the original article.
In this paper, the authors study the variation in skill demands across firms and labour markets. Read the original article.
The summaries have been written by Rawane Yasser, Research Assistant for the Women in Business Chair. The researchers who wrote the original articles are independent from the Chair.