Where are all the women in economics?

Just 13% of US academic economists are women - and only one has won the Nobel Prize in economics. Why are women so under-represented in the profession? 12-10-17

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Where are all the women in economics?
Just 13% of US academic economists are women - and only one has won the Nobel Prize in economics. Why are women so under-represented in the profession?
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College Application: What's the difference between Business Economics, Economics and, Economics - Mathematical Economics and Economic Theory?
In fact, economics is to support politics. Economics will gather the facts called positive economics and provide choices for policy alternatives. Politics will make the decision.
Politics is about making and implementing policy. And most policies address some aspect of economics. Or at the very least impact some aspect of economics indirectly if not directly. I take exception to your teacher's statements if you've correctly paraphrased her. One is not the other. But policies affect economics and economics affect what policies will be passed. They affect each other, but they are not each other, they are not equivalent.
In my economics class, my teacher tells us that politics is economics and economics is politics. I don't really understand what this means.?
As a professor who s taught economics, along with many other subjects from A to Z, my feeling is that your professor was making the point that politics involves economics and economics involves politics. In other words, politicians at every level will rely upon economic data to make policy decisions. And economic analysis used by non-politicians takes politics into consideration. So I think he or she was attempting to show the connection between politics and economics. So we have politicians who use economics to help craft and debate policies. And we have those outside the world of politics using economics and taking the political climate into account. Thus, there is a connection between the worlds of economics and politics. Just like economics has connections to accounting, management, and other areas. And example to illustrate the connection and/or better phrasing would have made the point clearer. For instance, the economy is in a recession and politicians are debating what the best course of action to get out of it would be. They would be using economics to gather data on the recession and using economics to evaluate how this or that strategy would impact things. So one politician or party may lean towards cutting taxes. Another might think increasing spending is the best way to go. Businesses would be looking at the economic impact of politicians going one way vs the other. And making strategic decisions based upon their economic analysis. So both sides, politicians and outsiders like businesses, use economics. Let s say it s election time and you re the incumbent with a lousy economy. Your opponent may decide to use that bad economy against you in order to unseat you. So your opponent can seize upon the bad economy as a means to improve his or her standing in the pools. We ve seen situations like this play out many times in history! Once again, we see a connection between politics and economics. In fact, there s a whole area of study called political economics that specializes in these kinds of scenarios and circumstances,.
Certainly - and the various reasons given by others all come from women having less short term motivation to date than men. If men were generally less immediately motivated, if women were more immediately motivated, things would probably be VERY different. As it stands, women risk more when dating (both in terms of unintended pregnancies and sexual assault/rape), so they are choosier, more introspective, and less "date everybody and see what works out". Basic economics: When one side is less motivated than the other, it puts the other at a bargaining disadvantage.
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Despite Rising Profile in Economics, Women Still Trail Men in Academia Despite Rising Profile in Economics, Women Still Trail Men in Academia With Janet Yellen about to become the first female chief of the Federal Reserve, it looks like a golden era for women economists has finally arrived. But the high-profile gains contrast with college economics departments, where women remain a minority at every level of the profession.
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If staring at women is such a big aveira how come rabbis are permitted to give shiurim to women? There are many great rabbis that I know who also give classes to women. Every where else I see that guarding your eyes is of crucial importance, but how are rabbis who look directly at women for long ...
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You commit to one women you get bored you jump from women to women you get happy shame guilt and hurt pride you stay away from women then you crave women What should you do for pure complete happines?
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• These are women's centres offering instruction in home economics, sewing and knitting. Se trata de hogares para mujeres en los que se imparte formación en economía doméstica, costura y tejidos de punto.
• Secretary-General and person responsible for the publication of Annales Africaines, a law, economics and management review of the Faculty of Law and Economics of the University of Dakar which has been published since 1954. Secretario General y Responsable de la publicación de Annales Africaines, Revista de Derecho, Economía y Gestión de la Facultad de Ciencias Jurídicas y Económicas de la Universidad de Dakar.
• The diversity of the women of New Zealand, including indigenous women, Pacific women, Asian women, women with disabilities and migrant women, required targeted approaches to ensure equal opportunity. La diversidad de las mujeres en Nueva Zelandia, en particular mujeres indígenas, mujeres del Pacífico, mujeres asiáticas, mujeres con discapacidad y mujeres migrantes, precisa enfoques selectivos para garantizar la igualdad de oportunidades.
• Those included women living with HIV, widows, displaced women, indigenous women, rural women, ethnic minority women and women with disabilities. Entre ellas figuraban las mujeres que vivían con el VIH, las viudas, las mujeres desplazadas, las mujeres indígenas, las mujeres de las zonas rurales, las mujeres pertenecientes a minorías étnicas y las mujeres con discapacidad.
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• The Sichem Home is a structure that offers assistance to women who need it, particularly single women, pregnant women and mothers with young children. El Hogar Sichem es un establecimiento para mujeres desamparadas que acoge a mujeres solas, embarazadas y con hijos.
• Besides, 65 women complained about issues of aliment, 15 women about violence and 3 women about trafficking in human-beings. Además, 65 mujeres presentaron quejas sobre cuestiones de pensión alimenticia, 15 sobre casos de violencia y 3 sobre tráfico de personas.
• Vois Blong Mere (women's media arm) is a key civil society organisation representing women that focuses on the dissemination of information to rural women. Vois Blong Mere (institución que se ocupa de las mujeres y los medios de comunicación) es una importante organización de la sociedad civil que representa a las mujeres interesadas en hacer llegar información a las mujeres rurales.
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