How would companies change with more women board members?

03/7/2014 | FastCoExist

In 2006, Norway established a landmark law requiring that 40% of board seats at public firms be held by women. Effects of the law are still being researched, but one study suggests the result is that there are more independent board members. That could change as more women achieve high-level positions within companies, but other research suggests the interim effects on decision making and company performance could be positive.

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