The David Pakman Show with Claudia Goldin (March 29, 2022)
"How Can Women Overcome the Challenges of Greedy Work and Couple Equity for Career and Family," by Jonathan Wai. Forbes (March 25, 2022)
"Greedy Work Has Been Made Less Greedy," by Sarah O'Connor Financial Times (March 3, 2022)
Curious Minds Podcast, with Gayle Allen. "Claudia Goldin on Women, Careers, and Greedy Work," (Jan. 17, 2022)
2021 Year in Review Work and Life, Wall Street Journal What's News Podcast. "The pandemic changed the way we think about work, life and the balance between the two. Especially for women, there have been some big shifts. But after nearly two years of flexible work, will things revert back to old models? Or are some of those changes likely to stick? Author and professor Claudia Goldin joins WSJ What's News host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss." (Dec. 27, 2021)
People I (Mostly) Admire Podcast with Steve Levitt. "What's 'Greedy Work' and Why Is It a Problem?" (Dec. 17, 2021)
"How 'Greedy Work,' More than Bias Explains the Persistent Gender Wage Gap," by Elizabeth Weingarten, Behavioral Scientist (Dec. 1, 2021)
"Women, Career and Family: A Conversation with Claudia Goldin," Stacy Vanek Smith, NPR Planet Money (Nov. 30, 2021)
"How Women Triumphed in the Post Pandemic Workplace," by Helen Rumbelow, The Times (Nov. 29, 2021) [PDF given below]
"Money Talks" with Henry Curr, The Economist (Nov. 3, 2021)
"What Happens in Six Minutes" with Larry Bernstein (Oct. 24, 2021). Audio and transcript. Show also includes David Deming ("Decision Making on the Job") and Elizabeth Cascio ("Childcare"). Goldin ("Career and Family") portion begins at 40 minutes or scroll down to the audio version with just Goldin.
"Capitalisn't: Is Discrimination Still Causing the Gender Pay Gap?" Luigi Zingales and Bethany McLean interview Claudia Goldin. (Oct. 7, 2021)
Conversations with Tyler. Tyler Cowen Podcast, Claudia Goldin on the Economics of Inequality" Episode #133 (Oct. 6, 2021)
Claudia Goldin and Anne C. Case in Conversation on Career & Family," Princeton Public Library (Oct. 3, 2021), YouTube video is here.
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