Posts Tagged ‘nature vs. nurture’

  • Human

    Human Capital: Women in Math and Science

    Oct 7, 13 • 391 Views • Businesses, Economic Debates, Education, Gender Issues, Households, Labor, Lifestyle, Macroeconomic Measurement, Tech, Thinking EconomicallyNo Comments

    Reading that only 14% of all physics professors in the US are women and that US women have to demonstrate unusual grit in the classroom to succeed in math and science and pursue STEM (Science, Tech, Engineering, Math) careers, I thought of the Khasi. In a

  • Power struggle

    Gender Issues: Men and Women aren’t that Different

    Mar 4, 13 • 167 Views • Behavioral Economics, Gender IssuesNo Comments

    By Lilli DeBode, guest blogger, senior at Kent Place School Are men and women genetically different when it comes to behavior? Is it in women’s DNA to be less aggressive than men? I know I certainly thought so; it seems that since the beginning of the human