Emerging Technologies

Computing has a gender problem – and isn’t about talent

The proportion of women in STEM careers remains around 24%. Image: Unsplash/Christina @ wocintechchat.com

William Wagner

Associate Professor of Accountancy & Information Systems, Villanova University

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