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History would suggest that only violent means lead to less inequality, says Victoria Bateman
Far from passive responders to capitalism, women were involved from the start, Victoria Bateman says
Victoria Bateman on why the Enlightenment took root in Europe and how it helped to spur economic expansion
Victoria Bateman is swayed by a persuasive history of our global financial order and how it needs to change
Book of the week: With people vulnerable to bias, lack of diversity might be better tackled at organisational level, Victoria Bateman says
Book of the week: Economic instability is inevitable – what matters is our efforts to limit it, says Victoria Bateman of L. Randall Wray's latest book
If more women are to benefit from the gender equality that society prizes, it is time for the world of work to change, says Victoria Bateman
Why is the world still prioritising male interpretation of women over womankind? asks Victoria Bateman
A study of the predatory nature of markets holds up a mirror to the field, says Victoria Bateman
Victoria Bateman looks at the gender mix within economics and details her own attempts to encourage more women into the discipline