To know why fewer women choose math and science, you need to know the principle of occupational choice.
Source: Male-female imbalance in STEM comes down to economics | University Affairs
Here’s a fascinating take on the STEM imbalance from University Affairs: the major dynamic may not be sexism or any other institutional intent, but the accumulation of simple economic choices at the individual level. And the solution may be more background than foreground. Intriguing, no? Continue reading Male-female imbalance in STEM comes down to economics?