Why are so few females promoted into CEO and vice-president positions ? Danish empirical evidence 1997-2007

  title={Why are so few females promoted into CEO and vice-president positions ? Danish empirical evidence 1997-2007},
  author={Mette Verner},
Why Are So Few Females Promoted into CEO and Vice-President Positions? Danish Empirical Evidence 1997-2007 In most OECD countries, only very few women succeed in reaching top executive positions. In this paper, the probability of promotion into VP and CEO positions is estimated based on employer-employee data on all Danish companies observed during the period 1997-2007. After controlling for a large number of family-related variables, including take-up history of maternity and paternity leave… CONTINUE READING

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