Dr. Warren FarrellWhy Men Earn More

Why Men Earn More

The Atlantic features Warren Farrell's Why Men Earn Morel

The New York Times op-ed on Pay Gap by Warren Farrell

CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corp.) National News prime-time, Feb. 26th, 2013. Warren Farrell's favorite interview on Why Men Earn More.

Harvard Business Review, Mar. 7, 2013. What's Worse -- Glass Ceilings or Glass Cellars? Warren Farrell interviewed on gender pay gap.
The Globe and Mail, Nov. 20, 2012. In Do Women Have an Edge in the Workplace? Warren Farrell interviewed on gender pay gap.
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--George Gilder, author, Wealth and Poverty and Men and Marriage; editor, Gilder Technology Report
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--Linda Chavez, former director, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights; author and syndicated columnist.
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--Marty Nemko, host, NPR, San Francisco; syndicated worklife columnist, San Francisco Chronicle
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--Susan Jeffers, Ph.D., author, Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway and Embracing Uncertainty
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--Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D., research fellow, Hoover Institution