Nobel Economics Prize Awarded to Claudia Goldin for Women’s Role in the Workplace

From a Washington Post story by Abha Bhattarai headlined “Nobel economics prize awarded to Claudia Goldin for women’s role in workplace”:

Professor Claudia Goldin of Harvard University was awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences on Monday for her work on women in the labor market.

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm said the prize honors Goldin’s work “for having advanced our understanding of women’s labor market outcomes.”

Goldin is the third woman to win the Nobel Prize in economics, which has been awarded to 90 men.