Picture credit: Boardroom battles….. The Apprentice. Photograph: BBC/PA Photo, from the review in The Guardian.
December 2013 update: Martin Wolf has chosen The War of the Sexes as one of his books of the year in the Financial Times:
“With characteristic brilliance, Seabright uses biology, sociology, anthropology and economics to explain the war of the sexes. Men and women must co-operate to bring their offspring to maturity and conflict is inherent. Yet today opportunities for more successful and equal relations between the sexes are greater than ever before.”
In chronological order of appearance:
John Whitfield in Nature.
A favorable but somewhat surrealistically inaccurate review by Roger Lewis in the Daily Mail.
Jonathan Rée in The Guardian
Fran Hawthorne in The New York Journal of Books
Camilla Power in Times Higher Education
Alexander Delaigue in Liberation (in French)
Anna Cristina Pertierra in Inside Story
Joshi Herrmann in The London Evening Standard
Elaine Graham-Leigh in Counterfire
Some reactions in the blogosphere:
Sander Van Der Linden in LSE Review of Books
My post at the Huffington Post blog
Interviews, other coverage:
BBC Nightwaves, the interview runs from the 23 minutes point and lasts 11 minutes
The Moncrieff Show on Newstalk Radio Ireland, section 4, around 9 minutes in