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CORPORATE LEADERSHIP AND THE UNFINISHED DIVERSITY MOVEMENT

EVAN ROBERTS

Successful corporations today should have directors, officers, and managers who come from a broad set of backgrounds.  Despite substantial research indicating that diversity at the board level can benefit shareholders, employees, and other constituents of a firm, efforts on the part of corporations to increase board diversity are woefully inadequate and are occurring at slow enough rates to stifle corporate growth and success.  Both racial minorities and women remain greatly underrepresented relative to the white male majority and their own numbers in society at large.
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