Victoria Bateman

Dr Victoria Bateman is a Fellow in Economics and an economic historian at the University of Cambridge. She is Director of Studies for the Economics Tripos at Gonville and Caius College, and holds a degree in Economics from the University of Cambridge as well as graduate degrees from the University of Oxford.

Victoria has written regular economics commentary for Unherd, Bloomberg View and CapX, an arm of the Centre for Policy Studies, has contributed articles to The Guardian, Times Higher Education, The Conversation and The Telegraph and has appeared on a number of BBC Radio 4 programmes. You can find interviews with Victoria in The Sunday Times and The Cambridge News.

Victoria also uses the medium of art as well as protest to engage with questions about women and society.

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Let’s Get Real. Economists Have a Sex Problem

Article | Mar 6, 2020

Economist and feminist Victoria Bateman reveals some naked truths about the failings of economics.