2 edition of Women corporate directors and New England companies found in the catalog.
Women corporate directors and New England companies
|Series||Special report ;, CRW 11, Special report (Wellesley College. Center for Research on Women) ;, CRW 11.|
|Contributions||Wellesley College. Center for Research on Women.|
|LC Classifications||HD6054.4.U62 N458 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||96231758|
This study examined the composition of corporate board committees. The characteristics of occupation, type, tenure, and gender are examined in relationship to directors' membership on the four board committees that are typically the most influential and powerful—the audit, nominating, compensation, and executive committees. The results show strong evidence to suggest that the composition of Cited by: Since my books on the role of women appeared, in and in , the participation by women in corporate governance has become a front page issue in many European nations, including Norway.
Karen Ignagni serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of the EmblemHealth family of companies, which includes EmblemHealth, AdvantageCare Physicians, ConnectiCare, and WellSpark.. Ms. Ignagni has won many accolades for her leadership in the health care industry for her extensive health policy insight and leadership, earning recognition by national publications, including the The New. Abstract. Little is known about the factors that help women become company directors, with few research studies done. Studies from the United States (Catalyst, a, b), Britain (Holton, a, b, c), Canada (Burke, ; Burke and Kurucz, ; Mitchell, ), and Australia (Korn/Ferry International, ) offer extensive and useful descriptions of women directors from Cited by:
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