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It is well-established that corporate boards around the world have been overwhelmingly male. Since the 21st century in the U.S. was ushered in by numerous corporate scandals - with women taking important roles in dismantling unethical behavior - women's inclusion on boards of directors has become an increasing focal point of research and discourse. Despite the increased research and attention, women continue to be under-represented on corporate boards in most countries around the world - including the U.S. But one country has taken dramatic action to change this trend. Other first-world countries have approached the subject less forcefully and, therefore, have realized no or little change in gender diversity or parity on its boards.
Las Vegas (Nev.)
Women's Research Institute of Nevada (WRIN)
Gender parity; Gender diversity; Women's inclusion
Business | Women's Studies
DeClouette, Anne H., "Females on DJIA Corporate Boards Compared Globally" (2018). Research Briefs. 7.
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