Janell L. Blazovich (St. Thomas), Kirsten A. Cook (Texas Tech), and Murphy Smith (Murray State): Do Ethical Firms Bridge the Gender Gap in CEO Compensation? Yinlong Zhang (UTSA), Lawrence Feick (Pittsburgh), and Vikas Mittal (Rice): How Males and Females Differ in Their Likelihood of Transmitting Negative Word of Mouth. Marcus Dittrich (CUT): Gender Differences in Strategic Reasoning. Catherine Ruth Pakaluk and Joseph Burke (Ave Maria): The New Battle of the Sexes: A 2 X 2 Model of Female Alienation. Rena Bivens (Carleton): The Gender Binary Will Not Be Deprogrammed: Facebook's Antagonistic Relationship to Gender. Aya Gruber (Colorado): Neofeminism. Zachary A. Kramer (ASU): The New Sex Discrimination. Henriette Prast (Tilburg), Mariacristina Rossi (Turin), Costanza Torricelli (UNIMORE), and Cristina Druta (Maastricht): Do Women Prefer Pink? The Effect of a Gender Stereotypical Stock Portfolio on Investing Decisions. Marcia Angell reviews The XX Factor: How the Rise of Working Women Has Created a Far Less Equal World by Alison Wolf. Gender and neoliberalism: Christina Scharff on exploring the exclusions and contours of neoliberal subjectivities. Sex, culture and justice: Clare Chambers interviewed by Richard Marshall. The confidence gap: Evidence shows that women are less self-assured than men — and that to succeed, confidence matters as much as competence; Katty Kay and Claire Shipman on why and what to do about it. Allison Kopicki on women and the “I don’t know” problem. Charts of the day, female risk-aversion edition. Girls’ ascendance in academic settings may portend a shift in the relative pay of men and women — but a change in social norms is needed, too.