Economic researchers are uncovering the chemical triggers in our brains that spark feelings of trust—and using their findings to better understand how markets work.
As women gain more financial clout, their spending patterns direct more money toward education, health and community.
Sexual violence against women in the African nation has become an "incredibly inexpensive tool for controlling and eviscerating the population," says Eve Ensler, founder of the advocacy group V-Day.
Northwestern University professor Alice Eagly says the highest leadership positions today are more open to women than ever—but there are female-specific branches at each career stage that lead many away.
Research suggests that not only are male and female brains different, but that they exist on a spectrum with autism and psychosis at either end.