Eva Ranehill works as a professor in economics at Lund University / associate professor at the University of Gothenburg. She is a behavioral economist whose research employs laboratory and field experiments and empirical studies with archival register data. A large part of her research has focused on behavioral gender gaps—specifically on the robustness of behavioral differences between men and women, what causes such differences, and their economic implications. Her current research focuses more on the drivers of gender gaps in the labor market. In this work she sutdies, for example, gender discrimination in the academic hiring process, whether, and if so how, male majority environments discourage female entry and female leadership, and whether women may be less effective leaders because they receive less support from followers. She also work on topics in health and environmental economics, with a focus on mental health.
Healthy Work Culture - 5 September 2023
Déborah Rupert presented the key elements of a healthy work culture and how we can support ourselves and each other to thrive and prevent burnout.
Eva Ranehill presented her research findings encompassing two pivotal topics: female leadership and the impact of PhD studies on mental health care uptake.
Attendees enjoyed a comprehensive exploration of these topics, accompanied by ample opportunities to engage and ask questions to the speakers and the members of the Diversity in Graphene Advisory Group, including Alba Centeno and Amaia Zurutuza (Graphenea), Camilla Coletti (IIT), Stefania Vitale (ESF) and Mar Garcia Hernandez (CSIC).
Career coaching for academics with Déborah Rupert
Career coaching helps you clarify your career, from navigating your current role to figuring out and stepping into your next role using mindset shifts, hands-on tools and job search techniques adapted to highly educated professionals.
Coaching is a structured problem-solving process and teamwork between the coach and the coachee. The coach invites the coachee to expand their thinking towards clarity and action using open questioning and various exercises. The session will follow the GROW model: 1. Goal, 2. Current Reality, 3. Options, 4. Way Forward
As a coach, Rupert puts great emphasis on helping you to design your career around your wished lifestyle and well-being by leveraging your strengths and what works for you. She follows the ethics code of the international coaching federation; the content of the session is confidential.
Upon booking, you agree to prepare our meeting by doing a clarity exercise to sharpen your goal for the session, so you get the best of our time together with the career coach.