Integration Costs and Missing Women in Firms
NBER Working Paper No. 26271
---- Acknowledgments ----
We thank Hadar Avivi for excellent research assistance. We thank Peter Blair, Patricia Cortes, Alessandra Gonzalez, Supreet Kaur, Pat Kline, Peter Kuhn, David Levine, Jonathan Leonard, Jeremy Magruder, Brendan Price, Joe Shapiro, Isaac Sorkin, Melanie Wasserman, and seminar participants at Berkeley (Haas and Economics), Brown, Dartmouth, Harvard (WiGi and Growth Lab), IMF, Michigan, NBER Labor Studies, Princeton (AALIMS), Swarthmore, and Stanford (SIEPR) for comments. This research was sponsored by a grant from the Evidence for Policy Design program at the Harvard Kennedy School and the Human Resources Development Fund of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. This paper subsumes and extends a paper previously circulated as “Big Push Policies and Firm-Level Barriers to Employing Women: Evidence from Saudi Arabia.” The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.
---- Disclosure of Financial Relationships for Jennifer Peck ----
Jennifer Peck has had several other research projects also sponsored by grants from the Evidence for Policy Design program at the Harvard Kennedy School and the Human Resources Development Fund of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia over the past three years.