CSWEPCommittee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession
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28) For a description of the CSWEP Summer Economics Fellows Program, see https://www.
Although this trend suggests improving opportunities for women in economics, CSWEP also reported that during the 1970s and 1980s female economists tended to place in "less scholarly" departments than male economists, were less likely to be promoted, and comprised a relatively constant and small percentage (4%) of full professors (Sawhill 1986; Gordon 1989).
9% of the women on the CSWEP Roster classify themselves in that subfield.
Mimeo discussed at 1992 CSWEP Business Meeting, New Orleans, 1992.