Let's Be Honest About Gender Discrimination at Business Schools

Photograph courtesy UCLA

Recent news stories have highlighted gender problems at UCLA’s business school. Many discuss the Anderson Graduate School of Management, described in a formal review as “inhospitable to women,” as if it were unique among business schools. But the truth few academics want to face is that discrimination against female faculty at business schools is a systematic, law-breaking practice, long embedded in the power structures of these institutions.

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