Kim de Laat

Postdoctoral fellow at Brock University, Department of Sociology

Kim received her PhD in Sociology from the University of Toronto. Specializing in qualitative research methods, she has extensive experience in research design, data collection, and analyzing and synthesizing social scientific data in order to produce evidence-based insights. In addition to her work at BII+E, she has two ongoing projects concerning the unintended consequences of formal and informal social policies aimed at reducing workplace inequalities; one focuses on diversity initiatives in the music industry, and the other focuses on gendered differences in the uptake of flexible work arrangements. Her research, supported by grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, appears in Feminist Formations, Journal of Gender Studies, Poetics, Sociological Forum, and Work and Occupations.

 

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Apr 27, 2021

This toolkit for funders delivers specific recommendations for reducing bias and increasing capital access for underrepresented entrepreneurs throughout the funding process
Growth Untapped: Designing Funding with an Equity Lens

Apr 26, 2021

Sont fournies dans le présent coffre à outils des recommandations à l’intention du secteur du financement pour améliorer l’accès au capital des entrepreneurs durant le processus de fiancement
Potentiel inexploité: Concevoir le financement dans une perspective d’équité

Oct 27, 2020

An in-depth survey of the experiences of women founders as they scale their companies, revealing divergent pathways to growth and new recommendations for better supporting women-led firms.
Illustration of a woman founder embarking on an entrepreneurial journey with her child.

Oct 27, 2020

Une enquête sur les expériences que vivent les fondatrices lorsqu’elles développent leurs entreprises révèle qu’elles empruntent des voies divergentes vers la croissance
c'est une photo d'une femme entrepreneur et de son enfant
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