Gender Inequality

Voter bias and women in politics: Evidence from French parliamentary elections

French politician Marine Le Pen delivers a speech to announce the new name of the far-right National Front political party, during a national council in Bron, near Lyon, France, June 1, 2018.  REUTERS/Emmanuel Foudrot - RC1E1E0626A0

French politician Marine Le Pen delivers a speech, but women on the whole remain largely underrepresented Image: REUTERS/Emmanuel Foudrot

Julien Sauvagnat
Assistant Professor of Finance, , Bocconi University
Thomas Le Barbanchon
Assistant Professor, , Bocconi University
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