Republic of Korea

What a Korean quiz show tells us about gender inequality

A study has found gender gaps in performance in Korea. Image: REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

Alison Booth

Professor of Economics at the Australian National University, CEPR Research Fellow

Jungmin Lee

Professor, Department of Economics

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