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Gender Stereotypes in Deliberation and Team Decisions

Professional success requires the ability to contribute ideas, and receive credit for them. This paper explores gender differences in how men and women communicate and reward each other in team decision-making problems. We find that women are recognized less often for their contributions in male-typed domains. [Author: by Katherine B. Coffman, Clio Bryant Flikkema, and Olga Shurchkov]
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Stereotypes and Belief Updating

Increasing evidence demonstrates that stereotyped beliefs drive key economic decisions. This paper shows the significant role of self-stereotyping in predicting beliefs about one’s own ability. [Author: by Katherine B. Coffman, Manuela Collis, and Leena Kulkarni]
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When Gender Discrimination Is Not About Gender

Gender discrimination in a typically male workplace is not necessarily driven by misogyny, according to research by Katherine B. Coffman, Christine L. Exley, and Muriel Niederle. Rather, employers are less willing to hire applicants associated with a lower performing group-even if that group is defined by a demographic characteristic other than gender. [Author: by Katherine B. Coffman, Christine L. Exley, and Muriel Niederle]
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