Americans Now Believe Women Are as Competent as Men—but Not as Ambitious
A new study shows that some gender stereotypes have shifted significantly over the decades, while others remain stubbornly in place.
Witty Women Are Less Likely to Get Promoted Than Men
A new report finds that using humor in the workplace raises the status of male employees but has the opposite effect for women.
The Power of Female Leaders in Ethnically Diverse Countries
New research shows that countries with a lot of ethnic diversity experience greater economic growth when they have a female head of state.
Your Moderately Narcissistic Boss Might Be a Great Leader
A meta-analysis of previous studies shows that moderate self-obsession is positively correlated with effective leadership.
Members of Congress Are Elected to Represent, Not to Get Along
Why attempts to characterize President Obama as a leader unable to cajole and intimidate our other elected officials are profoundly misguided.
How Etsy Got Over Middle-School-Cafeteria Syndrome
In the year after declaring diversity one of their core values, Etsy watched their female engineers drop to four out of 85.
Not the Editor's Letter — The Watchdogs of Academia
A call on the professorial classes to help check abuses of governmental power. And to start confronting the Alberto Gonzaleses of the world — before they wreak havoc.