Research

The information below will help you keep abreast of all the latest research from around the world on diversity and inclusion. You can use the filters above to find something that you are specifically looking for either via year published, or by keyword.

  • There Are More Women Ce Os In The Fortune 500 Than Ever Before

    13 June 2017

    While it's too early to say there's a solid number of women CEOs running companies in the Fortune 500, 2017 is looking bright. Fortune reports that as of 2017, 32 female CEOs are on the list. That's 6.4 percent, which is the highest percentage of women CEOs in the Fortune 500's 63-year history. This is a big deal!

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  • The myth that the gender pay gap doesn’t exist – Heather Melville, Chair of CMI Women, Chartered Management Institute

    1 June 2017

    Heather Melville was appointed to the Board and as Chair of the Advisory Committee for the Chartered Management Institute’s CMI Women in 2016. CMI Women is a network within the Chartered Management Institute CMI – the only chartered professional body in the UK dedicated to promoting the highest standards in management and leadership excellence.

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  • Understanding Masculinities: Results from The International Men and Gender Equality Survey (Images) – Middle East And North Africa (Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco, and Palestine)

    1 June 2017

    Download PDF (1.02 MB) One-quarter of men in Middle East and North Africa support gender equality The first-ever study on men and masculinity in the Middle East and North Africa by UN Women and Promundo surveyed 10,000 men across Egypt, Morocco, Lebanon and Palestine. While unequal attitudes dominate, a significant minority support some forms of equality between men and women, especially if they saw their fathers doing the same.

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  • Women May Avoid Leadership Positions Out Of Unhappiness

    1 June 2017

    Shares 21 by Amber Randall The lack of women in leadership positions could be because women aren’t happy in those positions, new research suggests. A paper by Dr. Hilke Brockmann and fellow researchers Anne-Maren Koch, Adele Diederic and Christofer Edling shows that women in management positions are significantly less happy than men in the same leadership positions.

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  • JPMorgan on gender wealth gap

    17 May 2017

    It’s an interesting time to be a woman. For the first time, a woman secured the backing of a major political party as a presidential nominee in 2016. There are more women serving in the U.S. Senate than ever before. Young women have outpaced young men in postsecondary enrollment and educational attainment. And as more women pursue higher education, they are likely to earn more than past generations, with many able to potentially achieve greater financial independence.

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