Some other sources
Mostly non-academic papers, we enjoyed reading:
Washington Post (2021): Who won’t shut up in meetings? Men say it’s women. It’s not.
New York Times (2021): For Women in Economics, the Hostility Is Out in the Open
VOXeu (2021): Few top positions in economics are held by women
Inside Higher Education (2021): Building Gender Equity in the Academy
Medium (2020): Unconscious bias and diversity training — the evidence
Hopkins (2020): What's in a name?
New York Times (2020): An Opinion Writer Argued Jill Biden Should Drop the ‘Dr.’ (Few Were Swayed.)
The Tech (2020): The MechE qualifying exam fails women
Chicago Booth Review (2020): Teamwork counts more for men than women
Inside Higher Educcaion (2020): Gender Bias in TA Evals
University of Florida News (2020): Study reveals gender bias in TA evaluations
The Atlantic (2020): Women Scientists Have the Evidence About Sexism
The Conversation (2020): Women less likely to critique men’s research in academic journals
Inside Higher Education (2020): Something's Got to Give
Medium (2020): My Journey as a Woman in Philosophy
Economist (2020): Economists are discussing their lack of diversity
BYU Magazine (2020): When women don't speak
HBR (2020): How Schmoozing Helps Men Get Ahead
VoxEU.org (2020): Women in Economics
HBR (2020): What’s Really Holding Women Back?
VoxEU.org (2019): Women in Economics: Marianne Bertrand - 2. An Uneven Playing Field
Inside Higher Education (2019): Bias in the Academy: Counting Co-Authors
Washington Post (2019): Men are more likely than women to call their science ‘excellent’
New York Times (2019): Men Call Their Own Research ‘Excellent’
Nature (2019): Huge study documents gender gap in chemistry publishing
TeenVogue (2019): Women Say Discrimination Is a Part of Why So Few Stay in STEM Careers
Jennifer Berdahl (2019): The "crazy/bitch" narrative about senior academic women
New York Times (2019): Enough Leaning In. Let’s Tell Men to Lean Out.
New York Times (2019): It was a Mistake for Me to Choose This Field
RMIT University (2019): Eight ways to boost gender equality
Troy Vettese (2019): Sexism in the Academy - Women’s narrowing path to tenure
Australian Government (2019): Gender equitable recruitment and promotion
Nature (2019): Women who win prizes get less money and prestige
New York Times (2019): ‘I Want What My Male Colleague Has, and That Will Cost a Few Million Dollars’
New York Times (2019): Female Economists Push Their Field Toward a #MeToo Reckoning
Physics World (2018): Beauty and the biased
New Scientist (2018): Why are there so few women in physics?
New York Times (2018): Women, Own Your ‘Dr.’ Titles
Inside Higher Education (2018): Study on Chief Diversity Officers and Faculty Hiring
Teen Vogue (2017): We Need to Talk About How Female Economists Are Treated
New York Times (2017): Evidence of a Toxic Environment for Women in Economics
InsideHigherEd (2017): Is Gender Bias an Intended Feature of Teaching Evaluations?
INSEAD blog (2017): Male Professors Can (and Should) Promote Gender Balance
Economist (2017): Research suggests students are biased against female lecturers
Wiley Researchers (2016): Gender Bias and the Peer Review Process
NPR (2016): Why female professors get lower ratings
The Chronicle of higher education (2016): Is it time to stop stopping the clock?
Nature (2015): Science and sexism: In the eye of the Twitterstorm
Nature (2015): Sexist review causes Twitter storm
Harvard Business Review (2015): Outsmart Your Own Biases
Rachel Glennerster (2015): Practical steps you can take to reduce sexism in economics