||Women Economics Oral History Collection, 1994-1995|
||Harvard University. Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Schlesinger Library [Repository Details]|
||Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States|
||History notes : After her retirement from Schering-Plough International, where she was vice-president for public affairs, Edwards recorded her own recollections and interviewed seven other women economists who had careers in business, banking, and at universities.
Summary : Collection consists of curricula vitae of eight women economists and videotapes of seven interviews and of Edwards’ recollections. Topics of interviews include family background, education, career path, and attitudes of colleagues and supervisors in the workplace.|
|Estimated Total of Interviews:
||Women's Studies; Industry and Labor; Economics|
||Economic development; Economic forecasting; Economic history; Oral history; United States; Women; Women economists; Women employees|