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    Siri Terjesen & Val Singh (2008). Female Presence on Corporate Boards: A Multi-Country Study of Environmental Context. [REVIEW] Journal of Business Ethics 83 (1):55 - 63.
    A growing body of ethics research investigates gender diversity and governance on corporate boards, at individual and firm levels, in single country studies. In this study, we explore the environmental context of female representation on corporate boards of directors, using data from 43 countries. We suggest that women's representation on corporate boards may be shaped by the larger environment, including the social, political and economic structures of individual countries. We use logit regression to conduct our analysis. Our results indicate that (...)
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    Siri Terjesen, Ruth V. Aguilera & Ruth Lorenz (2015). Legislating a Woman’s Seat on the Board: Institutional Factors Driving Gender Quotas for Boards of Directors. Journal of Business Ethics 128 (2):233-251.
    Ten countries have established quotas for female representation on publicly traded corporate and/or state-owned enterprise boards of directors, ranging from 33 to 50 %, with various sanctions. Fifteen other countries have introduced non-binding gender quotas in their corporate governance codes enforcing a “comply or explain” principle. Countless other countries’ leaders and policy groups are in the process of debating, developing, and approving legislation around gender quotas in boards. Taken together, gender quota legislation significantly impacts the composition of boards of directors (...)
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  3. Siri Terjesen & Val Singh (2008). Female Presence on Corporate Boards: A Multi-Country Study of Environmental Context. Journal of Business Ethics 83 (1):55-63.
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