2012 study by the City University of New York on the how the interaction of gender, race and ethnicity can produce wage and benefit inequality.
2012 metastudy by Pew Research Center synthesized the results of several surveys on employment statistics and attitudes toward work and quality of life
2012 study from Northwestern University and Duke University on gender, race and perceptions of assertive behaviors in the workplace.
2012 publication by the U.S. Department of Labor and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics on women in the workplace, 1979-2010.
2012 study from the University of Illinois on the relationship between female representation in compensation committees, the presence of female CEOs, and the reduction of gender wage disparities.
2010 study from the University of Washington published in the American Educational Research Journal on nontraditional college participation and gender.
2011 study from DePaul University published in Psychological Science linking societal-level sexism and increased gender inequality.
2011 paper in the Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science on the broad changes to work/life balance in the American family.
2010 study in Political Behavior on why pre-election polls in contests involving female candidates often do not accurately predict actual election outcomes.
2011 study in American Journal of Political Science on the connection between gender and the effectiveness of elected officials.