Skip to main content
No Access

Why women make better directors

Published Online:pp 93-99https://doi.org/10.1504/IJBGE.2013.052743
Free first page

References

  • 1. Fondas, N., Sassalos, S. (2000).‘How the presence of women directors affects board influence over management’.Global Focus.12,13-22 Google Scholar
  • 2. Gilligan, C. (1982).Psychological Theory and Women's Development.Cambridge Mass:Harvard University Press Google Scholar
  • 3. Joy, L., Carter, N.M., Wagener, H.M., Narayanan, S. (2007).The Bottom Line: Corporate Performance and Women's Representation on Boards.Catalyst Research Report, 15 October, 2007, http://www.catalyst.org/knowledge/bottom-line-corporate-performance-and-womens-representation-boards Google Scholar
  • 4. Konrad, A., Kramer, V., Erkut, S. (2008).‘Critical mass: the impact of three or more women on corporate boards’.Organizational Dynamics.37,2,145-164 Google Scholar
  • 5. Rest, J.R. (1979).Development in Judging Moral Issues.Minneapolis:University of Minnesota Press Google Scholar
  • 6. Rest, J.R. (1986).DIT Manual.Center for the Study of Ethical Development, Minneapolis Google Scholar
  • 7. Singh, V. (2008).Transforming Boardroom Cultures.Report for the UK Resource Centre for Women in Science, Engineering and Technology Google Scholar
  • 8. Singh, V., Vinnicombe, S. (2002).‘The 2002 female FTSE index and women directors’.Women in Management Review.18,7,349-358 Google Scholar
  • 9. White, R.D. (1999).‘Are women more ethical? Recent findings of the effect of gender on moral development’.Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory.3,459-471 Google Scholar