Why Women are Poorer than Men
The modern world has been, and continues to be, organised in favour of men. Inequality in pensions, the tampon tax, expectations on bearing and the rearing of children and work place bullying all point to systemic and historic discrimination.
Annabelle Williams, former financial journalist for The Times, explores these injustices, shows how society continues to, even if unintentionally, limit women's wealth. She states firmly that economies thrive when women do well, and treated well.
It is only by understanding why women are poorer than men, and then acting on that knowledge, that we can finally end this unfair disparity between the sexes.
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Paperback, 322 pages, measures 23x 15 x 3cm approx.