Historically and into the present day, female workers overall make less than men. Looking at college-educated women in the United States, Harvard University economic historian Claudia Goldin studies the origins, causes and persistence of that gap, which she discusses in this Social Science Bites podcast.
In the wake of the essay “On Measuring Social Science Impact” by Ziyad Marar, a number of scholars are offering their own views on what impact means in the social and behavioral sciences.
We are curating resources and publications relating to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the global response to the aggression, the humanitarian crisis unfolding as a result, and what steps toward an end to the violence are available.
Throughout the pandemic, social and behavioral science has been deployed to assuage fears, understand risk, improve public health and implement social distancing strategies. These articles and external resources on COVID-19 assist in that educational effort.