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Planning your syllabus? Check out these resources from GATE

  • 1.  Planning your syllabus? Check out these resources from GATE

    Posted 07-24-2023 12:09


    The Institute for Gender and the Economy (GATE) has been investing in building up resources that would be useful for you in your teaching. Please check out:

    • Our case study series which features cases on Indigenous entrepreneurship, gender lens on investing, women's sports businesses, gender and marketing, transgender inclusion, diversity in venture capital, women in capital markets, using gender-based insights for strategic turnarounds, accessibility/disability and more. (
    • Our explainer series which breaks down the issues and debates on key topics such as diversity training, quotas, intersectionality, flexible work, masculinity, gender-based violence, parental leave, work-life balance, women's entrepreneurship and the gender wage gap (
    • Our research briefs series where we crystallize academic research papers into 2-page readable briefs which are perfect for students (
    • Our "articles for practitioners" series (
    • Our mythbusting podcast, BUSTED, which is a fun way to communicate ideas to students. We are just finishing season 2! Each episode comes with show notes and resources (
    • And, if you are looking for digital course supplements for your students, we have 5 courses on Gender Analytics (using intersectional gender-based insights for product and service design) on Coursera, including inclusive analytics, human-centred design and transformational leadership (


    Sarah Kaplan (she/her/hers)| Distinguished Professor

    Director, Institute for Gender and the Economy (GATE)

    Rotman School of Management | University of Toronto |

    Latest book! The 360º Corporation

    I acknowledge that I work and live on the land of the 
    Mississaugas of New Credit First Nation, and that other 
    Anishinaabeg, Wendat, and Haudenosaunee peoples 
    have also stewarded this land.

    Sarah Kaplan
    Distinguished Professor
    University of Toronto
    Toronto ON