Royal Economic Society Women’s Committee Survey on the Gender and Ethnic Balance of Academic Economics 2010
AbstractThis report describes the data from the eighth, 2010, survey of gender and ethnic balance amongst academic economists in CHUDE membership departments in UK universities.
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