Women on boards references

512x512-MyBus-Icon-V3_flattenThe December/January 2011/2012 edition of My Business includes a story titled 'Why women on Boards are good for business'. This story includes references to the many studies the article references.

The December/January 2011/2012 edition of My Business includes a story titled 'Why women on Boards are good for business'. This story includes references to the many studies the article references.

References

  1. The Bottom Line: Corporate Performance and Women’s Representation of Boards, Nancy M. Carter, Ph.D., and Harvey M. Wagner, Ph.D, Catalyst, http://www.catalyst.org/publication/479/the-bottom-line-corporate-performance-and-womens-representation-on-boards-20042008
  2. ASX 500 – Women Leaders: Research Note, Tina Brothers, Reibey Institute, http://www.reibeyinstitute.org.au/
  3. Women Matter , Georges Desvaux, Sandrine Devillard and Sandra Sancier-Sultan, McKinsey and Company, http://www.mckinsey.com/locations/paris/home/womenmatter.asp
  4. Australia's Hidden Resource: The Economic Case For Increasing Female Participation, Tim Toohey, Goldman Sachs JB Were, http://www.womenonboards.org.au/pubs/reports/
  5. ASX Corporate Governance Council, http://www.asxgroup.com.au/corporate-governance-council.htm
  6. 2011 Boardroom Diversity Index, Women on Boards, http://www.womenonboards.org.au/pubs/bdi/2011/index.htm
  7. 2011 Gender Diversity on Australian Boards Survey, Women on Boards, http://www.womenonboards.org.au/news/media110912.htm
  8. 2010 Board of Directors Survey, Heidrick and Struggles and womencorporatedirectors, http://www.heidrick.com/PublicationsReports/PublicationsReports/HS_BOD_Survey2010.pdf
  9. Gender Agenda: Unlocking the power of diversity in the boardroom, Insync Surveys, http://www.womenonboards.org.au/pubs/
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