Gambling on War: Confidence, Fear and the Tragedy of the First World War
Language and Gender Roles among Immigrants to the U.S. A Historical Perspective
First-generation immigrants to the U.S. from 1910 to the present are less likely to participate in the labor force if their mother tongue marks gender distinctions more pervasively.
Migration As A Window Into The Coevolution Between Language And Behavior
The epidemiological approach enables to identify the relationship between sex-based gender distinctions in language and female labor force participation.
The Grammatical Origins of Gender Roles
Women speaking languages that more pervasively mark gender distinctions are less likely to participate in economic and political life, and more likely to encounter barriers in their access to land and credit.