It’s time for #ThursdayThoughts!
This week’s thoughts come from Harvard economist Claudia Goldin, winner of this year’s Nobel Prize in economics for her work studying women’s workforce participation. Goldin’s trailblazing research on the gender pay gap has brought to light the realities of wage inequality for women over the past two centuries.
Not only is this subject matter of critical importance to all women, but Goldin is also just the third woman to receive the Nobel Prize in economics—and the first to win it solo. It’s encouraging to see her vital work recognized on a global stage.