International Research and Practice
Edited by Susan Vinnicombe, Val Singh, Ronald J. Burke, Diana Bilimoria and Morten Huse
This important new book addresses the growing international interest in women on corporate boards of directors.
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- Women on Corporate Boards of Directors International Research and Practice
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- Women on Corporate Boards of Directors: International Issues and Opportunities
- Chapter 1: Women Board Directors in the United States: An Eleven Year Retrospective
- Chapter 2: Women on Corporate Boards of Directors: The Canadian Perspective
- Chapter 3: The Pipeline to the Board Finally Opens: Women’s Progress on FTSE 100 Boards in the UK
- Chapter 4: Women on Corporate Boards of Directors: The French Perspective
- Chapter 5: New Zealand Women Directors: Many Aspire but Few Succeed
- Chapter 6: ‘Glacial at Best’: Women’s Progress on Corporate Boards in Australia
- Chapter 7: The Quota Story: Five Years of Change in Norway
- Chapter 8: Women on Corporate Boards of Directors: The Icelandic Perspective
- Chapter 9: Women on Corporate Boards of Directors in Spanish Listed Companies
- Chapter 10: Contrasting Positions of Women Directors in Jordan and Tunisia
- Chapter 11: Championing the Discussion of Tough Issues: How Women Corporate Directors Contribute to Board Deliberations
- Chapter 12: Women Directors and the ‘Black Box’ of Board Behavior
- Chapter 13: Do Women Still Lack the ‘Right’ Kind of Human Capital for Directorships on the FTSE 100 Corporate Boards?
- Chapter 14: Examining Gendered Experiences Beyond the Glass Ceiling: The Precariousness of the Glass Cliff and the Absence of Rewards
- Chapter 15: On the Progress of Corporate Women: Less a Glass Ceiling than a Bottleneck?
- Chapter 16: ION: Organizational Networking to Harness Local Power for National Impact
- Chapter 17: Women on Corporate Boards of Directors: Best Practice Companies
- Chapter 18: Critical Mass: Does the Number of Women on a Corporate Board Make a Difference?
- Directions for Future Research on Women on Corporate Boards of Directors
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