Harvard Business School faculty allude to subtle bias against women

Nine of 28 female junior faculty members at Harvard Business School left the university in 2007 in what one professor called a mass exodus. Those nine and other faculty members who remain at the university allude to an unconscious bias at the school against women, the Harvard Crimson reported. But the problem doesn't seem to be true for all business schools. The University of California Davis Graduate School of Management posted the highest percentage of women faculty -- 42% -- among the top 100 business schools worldwide as ranked by the Financial Times.

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