Catalogue Number: RV4-F78C
- Author: Dan Abrams
- Format: Hardback
- Publisher: Abrams
- Published: 01 April 2011
- ISBN: 9780810998292
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Ladies and Gentlemen of the jury, everyone is familiar with the cliches; women are bad drivers, only guys play video games. Guess what? Both are wrong. Dan Abrams has now tackled the toughest case of his career. Abrams draws upon study after study and years of legal experience to explain step-by-step why women are better than men in just about every way imaginable. Women make better loan officers, hedge-fund mangers, live longer, and do better in school; women are even superior at assembling IKEA furniture and flying planes. The Case for Women isn't just the expression of an opinion, or a battery of them. It's evidence. In nearly every field, statistics show that women are better collaborators, more cautious, and more adept at navigating emotionally treacherous terrain.
Dan Abrams has published articles in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today magazine, among others, and is the legal columnist for Men's Health magazine. Abrams has never been married so despite his admiration for women, evidenced by this book, that does not mean that he necessarily knows how to talk to them.