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Authors:

  • Mabel Abraham, Columbia Univ.
  • Vanessa Burbano, Columbia Univ., Business School
This research explores two distinct pathways through which having women in leadership affects gender inequality in labor market outcomes. The first study takes a demand-side perspective focusing on the direct implications of female managers for employee pay inequality. The second study examines supply-side factors focusing on how perceptions of women in leadership affect job applicant choices.