London School of Economics Clarifies Ties to Controversial Author

September 26, 2011

The London School of Economics has clarified its ties to a controversial author, noting that she is not currently on the sociology faculty, Times Higher Education reported. Many have questioned how the London School of Economics could have a sociologist such as Catherine Hakim, whose book Honey Money: The Power of Erotic Capital has been criticized for suggesting that women advance themselves through erotic means. On the book jacket, Hakim is described as "senior research fellow of sociology" at the school, but officials there said Hakim has not been employed at the university since 2003.

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