Economics of Diversity

Past Seminar: March 5, 2020 10:00 am
Our Topical Economics Programme (TEP) event in March this year, “Mind the Gap! The Economics of Diversity” coincided with International Women’s day. We discussed the different types […]

Seminar overview

Our Topical Economics Programme (TEP) event in March this year, “Mind the Gap! The Economics of Diversity” coincided with International Women’s day. We discussed the different types of diversity gaps, asked how prevalent they are and how costly they are for individuals, companies and economies, particularly in terms of what they cost to innovation and decision making.

 

Watch the Highlights

Watch the 3 lectures in full (1hr each)

Diversity Gaps in the Age of AI & Automation Dr. Alice Schoonbroodt

 

 

Diversity and Decision Making by Prof. Renée Adams

 

Diversity and the macroeconomy by Neil Lee, Associate Professor LSE

 

Listen to the Keynote session on Gender-led Innovation

by Katrine Marçal, journalist and author

Technology Innovation, Inequalities and Gender

Technology Innovation, Inequalities and Gender

Seminar dateNovember 27, 2020 8:30 am

As part of the Economics of Discrimination lecture series held in October-November 2020, Associate Professor at Monash University, Michelle Rendall looked into gender gaps and inequalities in the changing labor market, transformed by ... Read more

Discrimination and Bank Lending

Discrimination and Bank Lending

Seminar dateNovember 13, 2020 8:30 am

As part of the Economics of Discrimination lecture series held in October-November 2020, Director of Research at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), Ralph De Haas gave us a detailed look at the banking sector and ... Read more

Race and Economic Opportunity

Race and Economic Opportunity

Seminar dateOctober 30, 2020 12:30 pm

As part of the Economics of Discrimination lecture series held in October-November 2020, Director of Policy Outreach at Opportunity Insights at Harvard University, David Williams shared his insight into Economic Opportunity and Race and whether ... Read more

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