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Corporate boards, quotas for women, and political theory

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Across Europe, the question of whether quotas should be enforced for the highest ranking corporate positions as a means to addressing gender injustice is under vigorous discussion. Much of the debate has focused on the Directive drafted by the European Commission in 2012, which would place an ‘obligation of means’ on listed companies to ensure that at least 40% of non-executive directors (or 30% of all directors) of each corporate board are female by 2020.

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University of Cambridge
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University of Oxford
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University of Oxford
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Foundation for Law, Justice and Society Publisher's website
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2014-01-01
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2014-07-18

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