Faculty Profiles

Myra H Strober

Professor of Education, Emerita, School of Education


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Academic Degrees

PhD, M.I.T., 1969; MA, Tufts Univ.; BS, Cornell Univ.

Professional Experience

At Stanford since 1972.

Assoc. Dean for Academic Affairs, Stanford School of Education; Asst. Prof., Stanford Graduate School of Business, 1972–79; Lecturer, Univ. of California, Berkeley, 1970–72; Asst. Prof., Univ. of Maryland, 1967–70;

Selected Publications

Fear of Feedback: Harvard Business Review, 2003 
“What’s a Wife Worth?”: Couples, 2000 
The Road Winds Uphill All the Way: Combining Work and Family in the United States and Japan: The MIT Press; New Ed edition, 1999 
Husbands, Wives, and Housework: Graduates of Stanford and Tokyo Universities,”: Feminist Economics, 1998 
“Making and Correcting Errors in Economic Analyses: An Examination of Videotapes,”: Journal of Economic Education, 1997 

Courses Taught

GSBGEN 576 Work and Family 


Board Member: National Center for the Workplace, Now Legal Defense and Education Fund 
Board of Editors: Sage Annual Review of Women and Work. Assoc. 
Chair: Stanford Program in Administration and Policy Analysis 
Director: Stanford Education Policy Institute 
Editor: Journal of Economic Education and Feminist Economics 

In the News

02/2004 The Unfinished Women's Revolution 

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