• Boris Groysberg
  • Paul M. Healy


July 14, 2021, Paper: "Progress on shrinking the gender pay gap has been glacially slow. Though it has narrowed somewhat over the past 40 years, stark inequities persist. In 1980, women earned 64 cents for every dollar that men earned. By the end of the decade, that amount had increased to 74 cents, but since then, gains have been much more modest.1 As of 2018 (nearly later), the pay disparity was 81.6 cents on the dollar."" Read Via MIT's Sloan Review

Non-HKS Author Websites - Paul Healy and Boris Groysberg