Much has been written about the disproportionate number of women who have suffered pandemic-related job losses during COVID-19, but a related consequence has not been as well explored: the serious disruption of women’s careers, particularly in fields in which “path dependence” matters for success. In this Kenan Insight, we examine this more subtle asymmetry in the pandemic’s impact as indicative of far broader issues for women’s advancement in the workplace.
As the Consumer Price Index rises, businesses sound the alarm over supply-chain bottlenecks, and federal stimulus checks spur spending, the chatter around inflation is increasing. In this Kenan Insight, we explore what effect this potential perfect storm for an inflation spike could have on a recovering U.S. economy.
Even in the best of times, entrepreneurship is a risky business – and no one would call these the best of times. This year's fifth annual Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Conference will be held virtually, convening top research, policy and private sector experts for two days of conversations on emerging trends set to advance entrepreneurship in today’s uncertain world.