Gender wage gap: fixing the ladder’s broken rung

Numerous studies blame gender-based job segregation for the stubborn gender wage gap.

However, women who do the same work as men in the same company are still not paid the same as their male counterparts.

This El País article highlights the findings of my rececent study with Prof. Isabel Villamor on the primary drivers of the salary gap, and why organizations need to review their promotion policies, which penalize women for advancing at a higher age than men.

Arreglar el peldaño para reducir la brecha salarial