AFLSE New York City: Special LSE Guest for Our Monthly Drinks!
Mind the Gender Behavior Gap!
Please help us welcome Dr. Grace Lordan, Associate Professor, LSE to our rescheduled July *Six* O'Clock Club.
Monday, July 10th, 2017
6:30pm Talk; followed by our usual networking night
Free for AFLSE members /$10 non members
On-line registration is now closed. Please call 646-442-2895 to register. All tickets at the door are $10.
Cash Bar, Complimentary Hors d'oeuvres
About the talk
Achieving gender diversity within organizations has been one of the top priorities for business leaders. However, many conventional approaches in attempting to close the gender gap have been ineffective. The trouble is that these approaches also cost a lot of money, and (worse) employee time. This session, based on behavioural psychology insights will explore how men and women behave differently in the workplace.
About Dr. Grace Lordan
Associate Professor, London School of Economics and Political Science
Grace Lordan is an associate professor at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Grace is interested in studying the causal determinants of important life outcomes. Her primary focus is on putting economics to work in the real world, where theory meets application. All of her research is inter-related, but falls under three categories in economics: Labour, health and behavioural. These topics contribute to an economics literature that aims to uncover why certain individuals have more success than others. In particular, Grace applies these topics to explain the differences in life outcomes we observe across defined individual groupings such as gender, ethnicity and skills.
About the Seven O'Clock Club
We normally meet on the first Monday of every month over cocktails (cash bar) at the The Churchill on the SECOND floor starting around 7:00 pm.
New members, recent grads and future students are always welcome!
So come meet new friends, hear the talk, network or just hang out at The Churchill, located at 45 East 28th Street, NYC 10016 between Madison and Park Avenue (6 train to 28th or N R train to 28th).
For questions about the AFLSE New York City chapter, please email: NewYork@aflse.org