Even though 46 percent of people who consume video and role-playing games globally are women, gaming communities and the production industry still typically associate the term “gamer” with men, reveals new research from Aalto University School of Business.
Arrangements such as Bilateral Investment Treaties (BITs), whilst profitable, can damage economic rights of women, new research shows.
Research suggests husbands indirectly support their wives to earn more when working together - until that higher wage exceeds their own...
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Believe it or not, pregnancies are actually contagious in the workplace and between siblings, according to new research by the university of Cologne.
A study has revealed that CEOs with an exaggerated sense of self-confidence can actually do more harm than good to their firms, being less likely to listen to performance feedback.
According to research women need nine years of experience to reach the expected wage levels that men anticipate to receive upon graduation.
We may have all told a small white lie to our bosses at one point in our careers but, according to new research, women are four times more likely to lie to their employer than men are.