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Gender balance on company boards

14-11-2013

Although the number of women on company boards is growing, they remain under-represented. Whether greater gender balance is needed and how that could be reached remains controversial. The Commission has proposed to set, at EU level, a minimum quota of women among non-executive board members.

Although the number of women on company boards is growing, they remain under-represented. Whether greater gender balance is needed and how that could be reached remains controversial. The Commission has proposed to set, at EU level, a minimum quota of women among non-executive board members.

The Psychology and Economics of Women in Leadership

15-03-2013

Although the number of women in the workforce has never been higher, they remain relatively underrepresented in leadership positions. In this note we discuss three ways in which the workplace experiences of women differ from those of men and how these can negatively affect women’s experiences in, and attainment of, leadership positions.

Although the number of women in the workforce has never been higher, they remain relatively underrepresented in leadership positions. In this note we discuss three ways in which the workplace experiences of women differ from those of men and how these can negatively affect women’s experiences in, and attainment of, leadership positions.

Extern avdelning

Kim Peters, Michelle Ryan, S. Alexander Haslam, and Thekla Morgenroth

Workshop on Gender Balance in Corporate Boards and Top-Management - Member States without Legislation on Quotas: Three Case Studies

15-03-2013

The majority of the EU Member States does not have a legislation imposing a gender quota in corporate boards and top-management. The following notes present the main characteristics of the national situations regarding the gender balance in top management positions and corporate board diversity in three of these Member States: UK, Germany and Hungary. They analyse the corporate governance policy and the obstacles to a better gender diversity.

The majority of the EU Member States does not have a legislation imposing a gender quota in corporate boards and top-management. The following notes present the main characteristics of the national situations regarding the gender balance in top management positions and corporate board diversity in three of these Member States: UK, Germany and Hungary. They analyse the corporate governance policy and the obstacles to a better gender diversity.

Extern avdelning

Elena Doldor (Gender balance on corporate boards in the UK: state of play and prospects for change) , Katja Langenbucher (Legal aspects of gender balance on corporate boards in Germany) and Beáta Nagy (Gender on corporate boards and in top management in Hungary)

Kommande evenemang

07-09-2021
EPRS online policy roundtable: What is the future of (European) sovereignty?
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08-09-2021
EPRS online policy roundtable: Statistics, Data and Trust: Why figures matter [...]
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EPRS
21-09-2021
EPRS online Book Talk with David Harley: Matters of Record: Inside European Politics
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