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The New World of Working Women: A divided sisterhood?

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  • Economics and Finance
  • Employment

Alison Wolf CBE, Sir Roy Griffiths professor of public sector management, King's College London

Professor Alison Wolf examines the social, cultural and economic impact of the rise of women in the workplace, and asks: has it created a “divided sisterhood”?

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