Increasing gender diversity on corporate boards leads to declines in financial performance: the evidence

From time to time we refer to six longitudinal studies (the latest was published in June 2019) which show a causal link between increasing female representation on boards and corporate financial performance DECLINE. A short briefing paper with links to those studies, and their full Abstracts, is here.

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