Corporate governance and the role and functions of boards of directors have emerged as critical topics for organizations and the broader society in which they exist. As there appears to be a shortage of qualified and committed directors capable of bringing experience, knowledge, and time to these important jobs, the timing for increasing qualified women’s representation on corporate boards is opportune. This collection of papers by an international group of scholars identifies initiatives needed by organizations to increase women’s representation as well as a research agenda to further our understanding of board dynamics and functioning.
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