Gender Inequality

The gender gap in STEM is not due to women's lack of confidence

Women must be encouraged to pursue careers in science and technology to close the gender gap in STEM Image: Unsplash/Science in HD

Subramaniam Ananthram

Associate Professor, International Business, Curtin University

Dawn Bennett

Incoming Assistant Provost and Director, Transformation CoLab, Bond University

Sherry Bawa

Senior Lecturer in Economics, Curtin University

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There's a significant gender gap in STEM Image: STEM Equity Monitor/DISER

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