The 2023 Nobel Prize in economics has gone to Claudia Goldin for her research on women at work. Professor Goldin has contributed to the IFS Deaton Review of Inequalities.

“Understanding women’s role in the labour market is important for society. Thanks to Claudia Goldin’s groundbreaking research we now know much more about the underlying factors and which barriers may need to be addressed in the future,” commented Jakob Svensson, Chair of the Committee for the Prize in Economic Sciences.

You can read Claudia’s contribution to our IFS Deaton Review of Inequalities on women's employment and earnings here: