Rescuing Diversity from the DEI Backlash
Financial Times, June 20
Featured: Iris Bohnet, Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government and WAPPP Co-Director

What Your Non-Binary Employees Need to Do Their Best Work
HBS Working Knowledge, June 18
Featured: Katie Baldiga Coffman, Piramal Associate Professor of Business Administration, HBS

Why We Need a Feminist Foreign Policy
The Kathmandu Post, June 17
Featured: Keshab Giri, WAPPP Research Fellow  (2023-2024)

The ABC of Gender in Negotiation
Rational Games Podcast, June 3
Featured: Hannah Riley Bowles, Roy E. Larsen Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and WAPPP Co-Director

Parents Play a Role in Leading Boys and Girls Down Different Paths of Study
Harvard Kennedy School, June 1
Featured: Michela Carlana, Assistant Professor of Public Policy; Women and Public Policy Program

Building an Analytical Toolkit through the Lens of Economics and Finance
HKS Student Stories, May 22
Featured: Michela Carlana, Assistant Professor of Public Policy; Women and Public Policy Program

Take the Lead: Unveiling Pay
Diversity Woman Media, April 26
Featured: Iris Bohnet, Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government and WAPPP Co-Director

Seven Honorary Doctorates Awarded in Recognition of Outstanding Contributions
University of Zurich News, April 26
Featured: Iris Bohnet, Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government and WAPPP Co-Director

Meet the Nonviolent Action Lab Podcast
Simplecast, April 24
Featured: Erica Chenoweth, Frank Stanton Professor of the First Amendment

Preparing Students for the Oval Office
HKS Student Stories, April 19
Featured: Women and Public Policy Program; From Harvard Square to the Oval Office Political Training Program

An Interview with Joseph Nye: Soft Power, the US-China Rivalry, and A Life in the American Century
Project Syndicate, April 2
Featured: Women and Public Policy Program

UAH Hosts Talk for Women's Equal Pay Day, Discusses History and Solutions
Huntsville Business Journal, March 26
Featured: Gender Action Portal

Women City Leaders on Navigating Complex Public Governance
Harvard Kennedy School News, March 8
Featured: Hannah Riley Bowles, Roy E. Larsen Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and WAPPP Co-Director

Becoming a Compassionate Negotiator with Hannah Riley Bowles
Inclusion Begins with Me Podcast, February 19
Featured: Hannah Riley Bowles, Roy E. Larsen Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and WAPPP Co-Director

Vague Language in Job Ads Can Push Women Away. New Research Shows How Employers Can Attract More Female Applicants
Women's Agenda, February 16
Featured: Katie Baldiga Coffman, Piramal Associate Professor of Business Administration, HBS

Breaking Through the Self-Doubt That Keeps Talented Women from Leading
Harvard Business School Working Knowledge, February 13
Featured: Katie Baldiga Coffman, Piramal Associate Professor of Business Administration, HBS

Former HKS Dean Compares Unrest at Harvard to Vietnam Era Protests at IOP Forum
The Harvard Crimson, February 2
Featured: Hannah Riley Bowles, Roy E. Larsen Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and WAPPP Co-Director; Women and Public Policy Program

Inside the Fearless Fund's Civil Rights Fight
Time, January 30
Featured: Women and Public Policy Program

Regain Your Power by Silence
Psychology Today, January 26
Featured: Katie Baldiga Coffman, Piramal Associate Professor of Business Administration, HBS

Making a Movement: The History and Future of Human Rights
Harvard Kennedy School News, January 24
Featured: Iris Bohnet, Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government and WAPPP Co-Director

Only 7% of US Climate Tech Venture Capital Funding Went to Female Founders in 2023
GreenBiz, January 3
Featured: Women and Public Policy Program

Sexism is Everywhere
HBR Women at Work Podcast, December 2023
Featured: Katie Baldiga Coffman, Piramal Associate Professor of Business Administration, HBS

Glass Ceiling is a Problem, But So Are 'Broken Rungs'
Harvard Gazette, November 20
Featured: Iris Bohnet, Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government and WAPPP Co-Director

Former CDC Director Rochelle Walensky Discusses Interplay of Public Health and Politics at IOP Forum
The Harvard Crimson, November 9
Featured: Hannah Riley Bowles, Roy E. Larsen Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and WAPPP Co-Director; Dr. Rochelle Walensky, WAPPP Senior Fellow (Fall 2023)

When Black Women Work in Whiter Teams, They May Have Worse Job Outcomes
Harvard Kennedy School News, November 8
Featured: Elizabeth Linos, Emma Bloomberg Associate Professor for Public Policy and Management, HKS

Featured Researcher: Marcella Alsan
National Bureau of Economic Research, November 3
Featured: Marcella Alsan, Professor of Public Policy, HKS

What the Rise of Disney Can Teach Investors—and Other Recommended Readings
Trustnet, October 16
Featured: Iris Bohnet, Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government and WAPPP Co-Director

Former Students of Nobel Laureate Claudia Goldin Recall How She Helped Shape Careers, Blazed New Trails in Economics
Harvard Gazette, October 10
Featured: Iris Bohnet, Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government and WAPPP Co-Director

Making and Communicating Public Health Policy Under Fire
HKS PolicyCast, October 5
Featured: Dr. Rochelle Walensky, WAPPP  Senior Fellow (Fall 2023)

Women in Economics: Eliana La Ferrara on Social Norms and Development
IMF Podcasts, September 27
Featured: Eliana La Ferrara, Professor of Public Policy, HKS

Women Used to Be More Likely to Vote Conservative than Men, But That All Changed in 2017—We Wanted to Find Out Why
The Conversation, September 20
Featured: Pippa Norris, Paul F. McGuire Lecturer in Comparative Politics, HKS

Why DEI Training Doesn’t Work—and How to Fix It
The Wall Street Journal, September 17
Featured: Mahzarin Banaji, Richard Clarke Cabot Professor of Social Ethics, Harvard University

Working Moms Are Mostly Thriving Again. Can We Finally Achieve Gender Parity?
Harvard Business School Working Knowledge, September 14
Featured: Kathleen McGinn, Cahners-Rabb Professor of Business Administration, HBS

Women at Work: Pay Transparency Leaves Us Guessing
HBR Women at Work Newsletter, September 2023
Featured: Hannah Riley Bowles, Roy E. Larsen Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and WAPPP Co-Director

Elevate Your Leadership: Unveiling The Truths Of Social Status In The Workplace
Forbes, August 25
Featured: Paola Cecchi-Dimeglio, WAPPP Research Fellow (2012-2014)

How Leaders Are Making Decisions And Connecting The Dots
Forbes, July 25
Featured: Paola Cecchi-Dimeglio, WAPPP Research Fellow (2012-2014)

Flame Bearers Hosted A Panel at Harvard Kennedy School's Women in Power Conference
YAHOO! Finance, July 11
Featured: Jamie Mittelman, MPA '22 and Oval Office '20

What the end of affirmative action means to a fourth-year medical student
STAT, July 3
Featured: LaShyra Nolen, MD/MPP ‘24 and Oval Office '20

Iris Bohnet on Closing Gender Gaps
MetLife's Inclusion Begins with Me: Conversations That Matter podcast, July 2023
Featured: Iris Bohnet, Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government and WAPPP Co-Director

Opinion: With an end to affirmative action in higher ed, here’s one way colleges can retain diverse students
Los Angeles Times, June 29
Featured: Paola Cecchi-Dimeglio, WAPPP Research Fellow (2012-2014)

Deniz Sanin on how women’s economic empowerment reduces intimate partner violence
Yale Economic Growth Center, June 27
Featured: Deniz Sanin, WAPPP Research Fellow (2021-2022)

Watch Out for These 3 Gender Biases in Performance Reviews
Harvard Business Review, June 26
Featured: Paola Cecchi-Dimeglio, WAPPP Research Fellow (2012-2014)

Looking Back and Ahead at Harvard’s LGBTQ+ Faculty Deans
The Harvard Crimson, June 25
Featured: Erica Chenoweth, Frank Stanton Professor of the First Amendment; Zoe Marks, Lecturer in Public Policy

The hard path to gender equity
UNSW Sydney Newsroom, June 23
Featured: Iris Bohnet, Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government and WAPPP Co-Director

The silent toll of unpromotable work
ASBMB Today, June 9
Featured: The Women and Public Policy Program

Chenoweth, Marks named faculty deans of Pforzheimer House
The Harvard Gazette, May 1
Featured: Erica Chenoweth, Frank Stanton Professor of the First Amendment; Zoe Marks, Lecturer in Public Policy

5 workplace strategies to address gender bias
Forbes India, April 13
Featured: Iris Bohnet, Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government and WAPPP Co-Director

Why People Feel 'Himpathy' for Sexual Harassers
Futurity, March 28
Featured: Rachael Goodwin, WAPPP Research Fellow (2020-2022)

Will Pay Transparency Laws Make Salary Negotiations Fairer?
LAW360, March 24
Featured: Hannah Riley Bowles, Roy E. Larsen Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and WAPPP Co-Director

Harvard Kennedy School Research Shows Youth Participation in Major Protests Increases Likelihood of Success
The Harvard Crimson, March 20
Featured: Erica Chenoweth, Frank Stanton Professor of the First Amendment; Zoe Marks, Lecturer in Public Policy

Using Innovation and Technology to Advance Gender Equality
International Peace Institute, March 7
Featured: Iris Bohnet, Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government and WAPPP Co-Director

Women land top economic policy posts as profession faces wider reckoning
ABC News, March 5
Featured: Anna Gifty Opoku-Agyeman, WAPPP Research Fellow (2022-2024)

Rethinking diversity, equity and inclusion training
WBUR, January 24
Featured: Robert  Livingston, Lecturer in Public Policy

A more expansive view of the best deal for you
The Harvard Gazette, December 9
Featured: Hannah Riley Bowles, Roy E. Larsen Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and WAPPP Co-Director; Robert  Livingston, Lecturer in Public Policy

Does reducing stigma increase participation in benefit programs? Research suggests so.
Harvard Kennedy School, December 7
Featured: Elizabeth Linos, Emma Bloomberg Associate Professor of Public Policy and Management

Crypto, #MeToo, Theranos, and January 6: How We Enable the Unethical
Keen On Podcast, December 2
Featured: Max Bazerman, Jesse Isidor Straus Professor of Business Administration, HBS

A civil resistance expert on the protests in China and Iran
NPR's All Things Considered, December 1
Featured: Erica Chenoweth, Frank Stanton Professor of the First Amendment

Redesigning Frameworks: Implementing DEI Across Your Business
The ACT Report, November 16
Featured: Iris Bohnet, Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government and WAPPP Co-Director

New York Times Reporter Jodi Kantor, Actress Ashley Judd Discuss the #MeToo Movement at Harvard IOP
The Harvard Crimson, November 11
Featured: Iris Bohnet, Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government and WAPPP Co-Director

New research reveals how mandates narrow gender gaps in paid sick leave coverage for low-wage workers in the U.S.
Harvard Kennedy School, November 10
Featured: Daniel Schneider, Malcolm Wiener Professor of Social Policy

Why empowered women are authoritarianism’s targets—and how they can be its undoing
HKS PolicyCast, November 2
Featured: Erica Chenoweth, Frank Stanton Professor of the First Amendment; Zoe Marks, Lecturer in Public Policy

6 Behavioral Nudges to Reduce Bias in Hiring and Promotions
Harvard Business Review, November 2
Featured: Paola Cecchi-Dimeglio, WAPPP Research Fellow (2012-2014)

Transgender Awareness Week 2022
November 2022
Explore a selection of resources that raise the visibility of transgender people and address issues members of the community face.

Ensuring Your Products Aren’t Used for Discrimination
Harvard Business Review, October 10
Featured: Michael Luca, Lee J. Styslinger III Associate Professor of Business Administration, HBS

The failed NFL diversity ‘rule’ corporate America loves
The Washington Post, October 4
Featured: Paola Cecchi-Dimeglio, WAPPP Research Fellow (2012-2014)

The economic case against unpaid domestic work
Quartz, September 27
Featured: Anne Boring, WAPPP Research Fellow (2021-2022)

Diversity & Inclusion
The Human Advantage Conference, September 23
Featured: Iris Bohnet, Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government and WAPPP Co-Director

Harvard IOP Forum Honors Rodrigo Ventocilla, Discusses Global Trans Rights Movement
The Harvard Crimson, September 21
Featured: Erica Chenoweth, Frank Stanton Professor of the First Amendment; Rodrigo Ventocilla, MPA/ID '23

Jane Mansbridge Receives the 2022 Benjamin E. Lippincott Award
Political Science Now, September 16
Featured: Jenny Mansbridge, Charles F. Adams Professor of Political Leadership and Democratic Values, Emerita

What is the future of reproductive rights?
Harvard Kennedy School, September 14
Featured: Sarah Wald, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy

The Experimenter Series: Gender Equality with Siri Chilazi
More Than Now, September 8
Featured: Siri Chilazi, WAPPP Research Fellow

How inflation is impacting salary negotiations
Marketplace, July 29
Featured: Hannah Riley Bowles, Roy E. Larsen Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and WAPPP Co-Director

Kansas vote for abortion rights highlights disconnect between majority opinion on abortion laws and restrictive state laws being passed after Supreme Court decision
The Conversation, July 25
Featured: Matthew Baum, Marvin Kalb Professor of Global Communications

The Supreme Court is Now Operating Outside of American Public Opinion
Politico, July 19
Featured: Maya Sen, Professor of Public Policy

6 Ways to Make Performance Reviews More Fair
Harvard Business Review, July 12
Featured: Paola Cecchi-Dimeglio, WAPPP Research Fellow (2012-2014)

So, What’s a Good Raise Right Now?
The Wall Street Journal, July 8
Featured: Hannah Riley Bowles, Roy E. Larsen Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and WAPPP Co-Director

Beyond Roe: The Mutually Reinforcing Nature of Misogyny and Autocracy: A Conversation With Erica Chenoweth and Zoe Marks
Foreign Affairs, July 7
Featured: Erica Chenoweth, Frank Stanton Professor of the First Amendment; Zoe Marks, Lecturer in Public Policy

The reversal of reproductive rights in America is contrary to global trends. Why?
London School of Economics, June 30
Featured: Pippa Norris, Paul F. McGuire Lecturer in Comparative Politics

Gender and Violence
Justice Matters Podcast, June 30
Featured: Dara Kay Cohen, Professor of Public Policy

The price of Black motherhood is life and then some
The Grio, June 27
Featured: Anna Gifty Opoku-Agyeman, WAPPP Research Fellow (2022-2024)

Overturning Roe v. Wade will put even more of an economic burden on women, Northeastern economist says
Northeastern Global News, June 27
Featured: Alicia Sasser Modestino, WAPPP Research Fellow (2020-2022)

Roe ruling shows complex relationship between court, public
AP News, June 26
Featured: Maya Sen, Professor of Public Policy

Supreme Court goes against public opinion in rulings on abortion, guns
The Washington Post, June 24
Featured: Maya Sen, Professor of Public Policy

Rangita De Silva De Alwis Elected to CEDAW
June 23
Featured: Rangita De Silva De Alwis, Adjunct Professor of Public Policy; WAPPP Leader in Practice ( 2019-2021)

Stop Telling Young Women of Color to Accept a Broken System
Harvard Business Review, June 22
Featured: Deepa Purushothaman, WAPPP Leader in Practice (2020-2022)

Analysis shows American public divided on high-profile Supreme Court cases
The Harvard Gazette, June 22
Featured: Maya Sen, Professor of Public Policy

America’s Student Debt Crisis Begins and Ends With Black Women
Medium, June 8
Featured: Anna Gifty Opoku-Agyeman, WAPPP Research Fellow (2022-2024)

Research shows racial bias is real. Are we ready to talk about it?
Harvard Kennedy School, June 3
Featured: Robert  Livingston, Lecturer in Public Policy

Understanding the Post-Roe Landscape
June  2022
Resources from across Harvard University on what the historic ruling means for reproductive rights, abortion access, and other protected civil liberties, as well as the impact it will have on privacy, politics, and SCOTUS legitimacy.

Elevating the stories of diverse, unsung women, one interview at a time
Harvard Kennedy School, May 24
Featured: Jamie Mittelman, MPA '22 and Oval Office '20

How Women Of Color Are Changing What Leadership Looks Like
Forbes, April 29
Featured: Deepa Purushothaman, WAPPP Leader in Practice (2020-2022)

How women of color can redefine power in corporate America
Fast Company, April 21
Featured: Deepa Purushothaman, WAPPP Leader in Practice (2020-2022)

Russia Is Using Rape As A Weapon Of War Against Ukraine
WBUR, April 21
Featured: Dara Kay Cohen, Professor of Public Policy

Leaders, Stop Rewarding Toxic Rock Stars
Harvard Business Review, April 20
Featured: Deepa Purushothaman, WAPPP Leader in Practice (2020-2022)

Boston's Equal Pay Day
WBUR, April 20
Featured: Hannah Riley Bowles, Roy E. Larsen Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and WAPPP Co-Director

How Political Polarization Is Changing Work
HBR IdeaCast, April 12
Featured: Julia Minson, Associate Professor of Public Policy; Francesca Gino, Professor of Business Administration, HBS

Kennedy School Co-Hosts Gender Equity Research Panel on Transgender Day of Visibility
The Harvard Crimson, April 1
Featured: The Women and Public Policy Program

Siri Chilazi about equality and inclusion
Voices of Success Podcast with Sophie Hedestad, March 29
Featured: Siri Chilazi, WAPPP Research Fellow

Ketanji Brown Jackson and the burden of firstness
The Hill, March 29
Featured: Deepa Purushothaman, WAPPP Leader in Practice (2020-2022)

Albright acted as model, mentor for generations of women
AP News, March 26
Featured: Hannah Riley Bowles, Roy E. Larsen Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and WAPPP Co-Director

For Every Ketanji Brown Jackson, Be a Cory Booker | Opinion
Newsweek, March 25
Featured: Kesha Ram Hinsdale, MC/MPA '18, Oval Office '18

Are Russian troops using sexual violence as a weapon? Here’s what we know.
Newsweek, March 24
Featured: Esther Hallsdóttir, MPP '23

WAPPP Co-Director Hannah Riley Bowles launches Negotiate WELL collection
March 23
Featured: Hannah Riley Bowles, Roy E. Larsen Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and WAPPP Co-Director

For Every Ketanji Brown Jackson, Be a Cory Booker | Opinion Newsweek, March 25 Featured: Kesha Ram Hinsdale, MC/MPA '18, Oval Office '18
The ACT Report, March 22
Featured: Iris Bohnet,  Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government and WAPPP Co-Director; Siri Chilazi, WAPPP Research Fellow

50 years ago sex equality seemed destined for the Constitution. What happened?
NPR, March 22
Featured: Jenny Mansbridge, Charles F. Adams Professor of Political Leadership and Democratic Values, Emerita

Appointing public defenders as judges affects their decisions. Our study shows how.
The Washington Post, March 17
Featured: Maya Sen, Professor of Public Policy

How Women's Rights Shape National Security and Democracy
Deep Dish on Global Affairs Podcast, March 10
Featured: Zoe Marks, Lecturer in Public Policy

On International Women’s Day, Experts Discuss Status of Women’s Rights Globally
The Harvard Crimson, March 9
Featured: Zoe Marks, Lecturer in Public Policy

Why One Burnt-Out Executive Left Her Job to Write the Book (Literally) on Women of Color in Corporate America
Entrepreneur, March 9
Featured: Deepa Purushothaman, WAPPP Leader in Practice (2020-2022)

Michael & Friends: With Iris Bohnet
Lucerne Festival, March 7
Featured: Iris Bohnet,  Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government and WAPPP Co-Director; Siri Chilazi, WAPPP Research Fellow

Autocracy and patriarchy are surging worldwide—but women are pushing back
Harvard Kennedy School, February 28
Featured: Erica Chenoweth, Frank Stanton Professor of the First Amendment; Zoe Marks, Lecturer in Public Policy

Tracking the effects of high heels at work
The Harvard Gazette, February 18
Featured: Max Bazerman, Jesse Isidor Straus Professor of Business Administration, HBS

The Black Agenda: A conversation with Anna Gifty Opoku-Agyeman
February 16
Featured: Anna Gifty Opoku-Agyeman, WAPPP Research Fellow (2022-2024)

Examining President Biden’s pledge to diversify the federal judiciary
PBS News Hour, February 2
Featured: Maya Sen, Professor of Public Policy

Two ways corporates can support women entrepreneurs
World Economic Forum, January 20
Featured: The Women and Public Policy Program's Advancing Gender Equity in Venture Capital project

Salary Negotiation for Women: The Latest Research & Cutting-Edge Best Practices Add News Links
Utah Women & Leadership Project, January 25
Featured: Hannah Riley Bowles, Roy E. Larsen Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and WAPPP Co-Director; Robert  Livingston, Lecturer in Public Policy

Ongoing lessons from a long pandemic
Harvard Kennedy School, January 10
Featured: Hannah Riley Bowles, Roy E. Larsen Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and WAPPP Co-Director; Robert  Livingston, Lecturer in Public Policy

‘Two steps forward, one step back’: Omicron threatens new economic slide for women
Politico, December 30
Featured: Alicia Sasser Modestino, WAPPP Research Fellow (2020-2022)

Moms have made it work during the pandemic — but at what cost?
PBS News Hour, December 20
Featured: Alicia Sasser Modestino, WAPPP Research Fellow (2020-2022)

Q&A: Zoe Marks and Charli Carpenter
The Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, December 10
Featured: Zoe Marks, Lecturer in Public Policy

Diversity helps nonprofits accomplish more when staff from different backgrounds can connect
The Conversation, December 7
Featured: Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Ernest L. Arbuckle Professor of Business Administration, HBS

Battered by crises, working women in developing countries demand inclusion
CGTN, November 26
Featured: Martha Chen, Lecturer in Public Policy

What Can Business Schools Do To Reduce The MBA Gender Pay Gap?
Business Because, November 25
Featured: Hannah Riley Bowles, Roy E. Larsen Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and WAPPP Co-Director

Does providing job opportunities to women decrease the violence they face from their partners? Evidence from the Rwandan Coffee Mills: Guest Post by Deniz Sanin
Market Screener, November 19
Featured: Deniz Sanin, WAPPP Research Fellow (2021-2022)

Billie Jean King-backed study finds women of color feel undervalued at work
Fast Company, November 16
Featured: Deepa Purushothaman, WAPPP Leader in Practice (2020-2022)

Seeking and speaking truth about racism starts with having candid conversations about race
AAMC News, November 8
Featured: Robert  Livingston, Lecturer in Public Policy

The Goddesses of Democracy
Glamour, November 2
Featured: LaTosha Brown, WAPPP Leader in Practice (2020-2021)

Engaged Fatherhood for Men, Families and Gender Equality: Healthcare, Social Policy, and Work Perspectives
November 15
Featured: Hannah Riley Bowles, Roy E. Larsen Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and WAPPP Co-Director

 

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