Study: Women CEOs are sometimes given less power

12/16/2013 | Strategy+Business online (free registration)

Women CEOs don't always have the same level of power as their male counterparts, according to research recently published in The Leadership Quarterly. That's because, compared with their male peers, women CEOs are less likely to chair their company boards. However, this power gap tends to disappear when women have degrees from elite institutions or when they have worked at large firms.

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