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How Europe Would Benefit From Enforcing Gender Quotas

On Monday, the Christian Science Monitor ran a report on growing calls among European leadership for gender quotas on corporate boards. It all began last year, when European Union Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding tried to pass an initiative to require gender quotas on the boards of European corporations. The measure garnered support from the European [...]
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