Gender Inequality

Dead celebrity earnings reveal gender inequality follows us to the grave

Soccer Football - Germany - Joachim Loew Press Conference - German Football Museum, Dortmund, Germany - May 15, 2018    Germany coach Joachim Loew and team manager Oliver Bierhoff with a hologram of Russia coach Stanislav Cherchesov during the press conference   REUTERS/Leon Kuegeler - RC181B9979E0

Holograms have been used for dead and alive celebrities. Image: REUTERS/Leon Kuegeler

Ruth Penfold-Mounce
Senior Lecturer, University of York
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