How Experience and Network Ties Affect the Influence of Demographic Minorities on Corporate Boards

@inproceedings{Westphal2008HowEA,
  title={How Experience and Network Ties Affect the Influence of Demographic Minorities on Corporate Boards},
  author={James D. Westphal and Laurie P. Milton},
  year={2008}
}
We appreciate the helpful commerrts and suggestions of Janic» Beyer, Daniei Brass. Linda Johanson, E)awd Kang, Timothy Pollock, Wiiiiam Swann. D ^ n e Taras, Edward Zajac, and three arronymous ASQ reviewers. We atso thank /^na Maria Peredo and Douglas Vickerson for their lebrary research support. This study examines how the influence of directors who are demographic minorities on corporate boards is contingent on the prior experience of board members and the larger social structural context in… CONTINUE READING

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