Press article : "L’orientation universitaire, l’autre vecteur des inégalités salariales femmes-hommes"

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In an article published in The Conversation, Louis-Alexandre Erb mentions researches conducted with the Head of the Chair on the role played by Master's degree specializations in the gender pay gap. Indeed, "the master's specialty alone explains [...] two thirds of the differences between the sexes in access to full-time employment". 

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Publication d'un article de presse : "L’orientation universitaire, l’autre vecteur des inégalités salariales femmes-hommes"

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Dans un article publié dans The Conversation, Louis-Alexandre Erb revient sur des travaux menés avec Anne Boring dans le cadre de la Chaire sur le rôle que jouent les spécialités de Master dans les inégalités salariales entre les femmes et les hommes. En effet, à « elle seule, la spécialité de master explique […] deux tiers des différences entre les sexes pour l’accès à un emploi à temps plein ». 

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Publication : New LIEPP Working Paper « Gender and Choices in Higher Education”

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In June 2021, Anne Boring and Jennifer Brown publish a new Working Paper : "Gender and Choices in Higher Education".

Abstract 

Data on the labor market outcomes of university graduates show that gender pay gaps appear soon after graduation in nearly every field of study.

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Publication : nouveau Working Paper "Gender and Choices in Higher Education"

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Au mois de juin 2021, Anne Boring et Jennifer Brown publient un nouveau Working Paper intitulé « Gender and Choices in Higher Education”. L’occasion de revenir sur les écarts de rémunération entre les sexes qui apparaissent peu après l'obtention du diplôme, et ce, dans presque tous les domaines d'études.

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Conference : Gender Inequality : The Role of Business (27 May)

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PSE - Paris School of Economics and the Institute of Public Policy (IPP) are pleased to invite you to the online conference "Gender Inequality: The Role of Business".

Date: 27 May 2021, from 2 to 6.30 pm

Registration: The conference will be held online (Zoom).

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Conférence : Inégalités femmes-hommes : le rôle des entreprises (27 mai)

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PSE - École d’économie de Paris et l’Institut des Politiques Publiques (IPP) ont le plaisir de vous inviter à la conférence en ligne « Inégalités femmes-hommes : le rôle des entreprises ».

Date : Le 27 mai 2021, de 14h à 18h30

Inscription : La conférence se tiendra en ligne (Zoom).

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Conjugating entrepreneurship with women: what prospects for tomorrow ? (March 11th)

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See you on March 11th at 6:30 pm!

From the very small proportion of women in the tech sector to inequalities in access to financing, female entrepreneurship still faces many challenges in France in 2021. Being a historically complicated area of access for women, entrepreneurship would gain a lot from a greater feminization, particularly in terms of economic performance and gender equality. To this end, entrepreneurs, incubators and institutional actors must think and launch new initiatives.

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Events for March 8, 2021, Women's Rights Day

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Events for March 8, 2021, Women's Rights Day 

9-10:30 a.m. : Annual meeting of the Observatoire de la RSE

As every year, on International Women's Rights Day, March 8, the Observatoire de la RSE organizes a debate on gender equality issues.

This year, given the health situation, this meeting will be held remotely. Meet up to exchange on your experience during the lockdown.

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Gender Equality in Decision-Making Positions : Assessing Progress (March 9th)

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Part of the AXA Research Fund Expert Series

Gender equality is one of the most important transformations of the last century. Not only a matter of rights, gender equality also has positive consequences for economic growth and business. Although academic research on gender-related issues is growing in the field of social science, gender gaps and female under-representation in the labour market remain widespread throughout the world. Policy intervention is needed to push for the reduction of gender gaps in business and politics.

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