This thesis contributes to the extensive literature on female board representation and corporate performance. It comprises three papers that present new research on this topic, primarily in an Australian context.
In Chapter 2, I provide a thorough overview of the current state of knowledge, detailing a diverse array of methodologies and findings, and emphasising the endogeneity issues that plague the literature. I demonstrate that, despite many claims to the contrary in the popular press,...[Show more]
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