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the gender gap in academic achievement. Data from several sources indicate that boys are less likely to use computers for … schoolwork and are more likely to use computers for playing games, but are less likely to use computers for social networking and … email than are girls. Using data from a large field experiment randomly providing free personal computers to schoolchildren …
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the gender gap in academic achievement. Data from several sources indicate that boys are less likely to use computers for … schoolwork and are more likely to use computers for playing games, but are less likely to use computers for social networking and … email than are girls. Using data from a large field experiment randomly providing free personal computers to schoolchildren …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10011317637
the gender gap in academic achievement. Data from several sources indicate that boys are less likely to use computers for … schoolwork and are more likely to use computers for playing games, but are less likely to use computers for social networking and … email than are girls. Using data from a large field experiment randomly providing free personal computers to schoolchildren …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10011476554
the gender gap in academic achievement. Data from several sources indicate that boys are less likely to use computers for … schoolwork and are more likely to use computers for playing games, but are less likely to use computers for social networking and … email than are girls. Using data from a large field experiment randomly providing free personal computers to schoolchildren …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10011345364
the gender gap in academic achievement. Data from several sources indicate that boys are less likely to use computers for … schoolwork and are more likely to use computers for playing games, but are less likely to use computers for social networking and … email than are girls. Using data from a large field experiment randomly providing free personal computers to schoolchildren …
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growth, but only in stores where the store's manager and a large fraction of the employees have the same gender. Remarkably …
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We conducted a field experiment involving 720 Italian undergraduate students to investigate the existence of gender … differences in performance in competitive settings and whether performance is affected by one's opponent gender. The experimental … design was aimed at disentangling gender differences in taste for competition from other differences in psychological …
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curriculum. We manipulated the gender composition of teams and assigned students randomly to teams, conditional on their gender …. We find that teams with an equal gender mix perform better than male-dominated teams in terms of sales and profits. We … explore various mechanisms suggested in the literature to explain this positive effect of gender diversity on performance …
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The gender gap in risk-taking is often used to explain differences in labor market outcomes. Some studies, however …, suggest that this gender gap does not extend to professional contexts. This paper examines potential drivers of the gender gap … 474 scientists we vary the salience of the professional or private identity. We find that the gender gap in risk-taking is …
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