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  • Peninah Thomson
  • Jacey Graham
  • Tom Lloyd

Abstract

It will surely not have escaped the notice of the reader that we believe that the boards of our large companies would be more effective and create more value for shareholders if they included more women.

Keywords

Corporate Governance Advisory Board Woman Director Female Manager Board Diversity 
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© Peninah Thomson and Jacey Graham 2005

Authors and Affiliations

  • Peninah Thomson
  • Jacey Graham
  • Tom Lloyd

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