ARTICLES WITH TAG: Women

TOP RESEARCH VIDEO: Does mother tongue make for woman's work?
Sustainability

VIDEO: Does mother tongue make for woman's work?

by Estefania Santacreu-Vasut

Over the past century, women's labor market participation has increased dramatically around the world. Nevertheless, it seems that the final steps towards equality will be the most difficult as disparities between countries remain.

The Old Girls Club: Gender Quotas and Women as Role Models
Sustainability

The Old Girls Club: Gender Quotas and Women as Role Models

by Junko Takagi

Men have a multitude of role models in upper-level positions to choose from in terms of designing their career paths. Women, on the other hand, have a much harder time identifying useful role models

Women and their Relationship to Power
Leadership

Women and their Relationship to Power

by Viviane De Beaufort

Is there a feminine approach to power and will this be a vehicle for change in our corporate governance model?

Does Language Shape our Economy?
Leadership

Does Language Shape our Economy?

by Estefania Santacreu-Vasut

New empirical evidence illustrates the extent to which gender distinctions in language are strongly correlated with female labor-force participation and the use of gender political quotas.

How to Foster Innovative Thinking within Corporations?
Leadership

How to Foster Innovative Thinking within Corporations?

by Editor ESSEC Knowledge

In an increasingly heterogeneous world, diversity within organizational and managerial contexts presents both challenges and opportunities for small and large businesses alike.

Women, Social Media and Professional Visibility
Leadership

Women, Social Media and Professional Visibility

by Viviane De Beaufort

Recognition is an important step in leveling inequality in the workplace.