Peterson Institute for International Economics | February 01, 2016

In surveying 21,980 firms globally, results suggest that the presence of women in corporate leadership positions can improve firm performance. Women’s presence is positively correlated with both firm and national characteristics, a decrease in discriminatory attitudes towards female executives, and the availability of paternal leave.

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What is your reaction to the fact that the 61st session of the Commission on the Status of Women will be chaired by a man?