- Start with social issues and use theory as a tool
- Incorporate behavioural and experimental economics
- Don’t assume your treatment of students is unbiased!
- Highlight the achievements of female economists
Both articles contain more detail than it is feasible to excerpt here. If you're interested in the gender gap in economics, I recommend reading both of them, as well as their earlier article in The Conversation, which starts with their estimate of 300,000 missing women in economics (in the U.S. alone).
As I've mentioned before, I have a Summer Research Scholarship student working on this topic over the summer, and I hope to share some of their results early next year.