I think the Complete Story of the Gender Pay Gap is still to be written. Claudia Goldin's knowledge and experience in this field is amazing. It is part of the story but I think there is more to be added. We probably will not know everything about the gender pay gap until we succeed at closing it.
Renée Richardson Gosline is the Zenon Zannetos 1955 Career Development Assistant Professor of Marketing in the Management
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