Democratic deficits and gender quotas: the evolution of the proposed EU Directive on gender balance on corporate boards
When the European Commission launched its public consultation on gender imbalance on corporate boards, the predominant rhetoric was that improving gender balance in corporate leadership would be good for business and bring economic benefits to help member states recover from the economic crisis of 2008.
In this policy brief, leading equality law scholar Professor Julie C. Suk traces the evolution of the EU proposal, and argues that it has become increasingly concerned with a more co...Expand abstract
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