Doing the Numbers: A Feminist Economics


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When you look at the hard facts and figures, economics is gendered, exclusionary and unequal.

Together with our host, award-winning journalist Anita Anand, join international best-selling writer and mathematician Eugenia Cheng and Prospect Magazine Top 25 Global Thinker Linda Scott for a talk which challenges and interrogates the root of these systemic inequalities and lays out clear solutions that re-imagine economics from new perspectives.

Unpacking the topics covered in their new books, Cheng and Scott discuss the social, financial and environmental potential that could be achieved by giving women economic empowerment of their own and give tips on everyday changes you can make to stop these inequalities from growing.

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