Company performance: The impact of gender

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“There is no business case for putting women on the board. There is no business case for putting men on the board. Gender has zero impact,” says Wharton management professor Katherine Klein, quoting research evidence regarding women on boards, which says that changing the gender composition of a board does nothing for company performance.

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