Academic Seminar: Gender and Diversity Research
March is Women’s History Month, and the Center has organized a number of events to celebrate. These include 1) student interviews with Women Leaders in Finance and Business series; 2) Career and Networking events for women students, and 3) Academic finance/economics research presentations related to gender and diversity.
In collaboration with the McDonough School of Business Dean’s Office Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Seminar Research series, three academic papers were presented as detailed below.
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- “Discrimination in Lending? Evidence from the Paycheck Protection Program,” by Lisa D. Cook (co-authors Rachel M. B. Atkins and Robert Seamans)
- “Gendered Prices,” by Renée B. Adams (co-authors Roman Kräussl, Marco Navone and Patrick Verwijmeren)
- “Corporate Leadership and Inherited Beliefs about Gender Roles,” by Mengxin Zhao (co-authors R. David McLean and Christo Pirinsky)