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What’s the Difference Between a “Gender Quota” and “Gender Balance”?

What’s the Difference Between a “Gender Quota” and “Gender Balance”? Avivah Wittenberg-Cox, writing for the Harvard Business Review Blog Network, describes it this way: Most companies looking to balance genders in their workforces set a target for the number of women in the organization. Royal Dutch Shell, for example, has committed … Continue reading ? Feminist Law Professors
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