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Women directors on corporate boards

S. Prakash Sethi

Women directors on corporate boards

by S. Prakash Sethi

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Published by School of Management and Administration, University of Texas at Dallas in Richardson, Tex. (P.O. Box 688, Richardson 75080) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Women executives -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby S. Prakash Sethi, Carl L. Swanson, Kathryn Rudie Harrigan.
      SeriesWorking paper series / UTD, Center for Research in Business and Social policy, Working paper series (University of Texas at Dallas. Center for Research in Business and Social Policy)
      ContributionsSwanson, Carl L., Harrigan, Kathryn Rudie., University of Texas at Dallas. Center for Research in Business and Social Policy.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHF5500.3.U54 S45 1981
      The Physical Object
      Pagination119 leaves ;
      Number of Pages119
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2820727M
      LC Control Number83622907

        As a result, 47 percent of directors and 54 percent of chairs at Swedish state-owned companies are female. A high-profile task force on female chairs modelled on the UK’s Cadbury committee on corporate governance could provide effective guidance for decision-makers and spur them to elect more female board chairs. Gender representation on corporate boards of directors refers to the proportion of men and women who occupy board member measure gender diversity on corporate boards, studies often use the percentage of women holding corporate board seats and the percentage of companies with at least one woman on their board.

      This book provides unique insights into how the idea of quota laws to get women on to corporate boards gained international momentum from their origins in Norway. Invaluable insights are gained through the stories of actors involved in shaping the discourse and practice on women on boards. In exploring political contexts, the role of the advocacy movement, experiences of women directors. legitimated elements (women on the corporate Boards, “Women Directors”) firms increase their institutional legitimacy and enhance their likely success ( and Rowan, ). Studies made in India: Vibha Sinha has equated the terms satisfactory accounting and File Size: KB. Get this from a library! Women on corporate boards of directors. [Ronald J Burke; Zena Burgess;] -- This e-book looks at women's representation at senior level in business - and employs up to date data to report that the problem is global and not just UK based.

        The phenomenon of women on corporate boards is analyzed in the context of different political, cultural and institutional environments addressing challenges in both developed and emerging economies. The role of female directors is viewed as one of the crucial aspects in corporate governance, adding to the quality of control and : Maria Aluchna, Güler Aras.   Women are dramatically outnumbered on the boards of directors for the nation’s biggest companies. California just passed a law trying to change that. directors of the board, practitioners and academics have long followed board composition, including the slow advancement of women onto corporate boards, despite nearly 40 years of equal opportunities policies. A Google search reveals , webpages for female or women corporate board directors, includ webpages in Google Scholar. Extant.


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