A look at what’s holding women back from top-paying jobs
Like the wealthiest households, the most successful companies are exerting outsized influence on the economy.
Inequality may be the economic issue of the moment, but the theme has long preoccupied economists.
In this contentious and at-times maddening discussion, anecdotal evidence is abundant, particularly from and about superwomen who have had children and achieved high levels of professional success. But one thing is often missing: data.