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APEC Women and the Economy Forum 2018: the GBC4WEE

I was pleased to be invited to speak at the APEC meeting in Papua New Guinea that focused on women in the economy.  I gave two talks and have promised to post the slides here on the website for the people who attended (and anyone else who might be interested). One speech, which was given on September 6, introduced the Global Business Coalition for Women’s Economic Empowerment, which originated in December 2014,  launched at Chatham House...

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Reprising SAP: Part 1, US Women Studying Tech

Conventional wisdom says women don't go into tech because they are scared of math and science. In the US, the truth is different. As huge numbers of women entered higher education, other competitive, quantitative, male-dominated fields snapped them up, leaving engineering and ICT behind. Today, these fields are small, having attracted few students of either gender.

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