Børsen: Interview features with Florence Villesèche about her research on women on boards

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Assistant Professor at Center for Corporate Governance, Florence Villesèche has been interviewed by Børsen Ledelse about her research on women on boards and why women with high educational status does not necessarily make it to the top management jobs.

12/21/2015

fvFollow the links above and read the two interview features (in Danish).

Florence Villesèche is Assistant Professor and Marie Curie Fellow. She holds a Ph.D. and MSc in Business Administration from the University of Geneva, as well as an MPhil in Anglophone Studies. For her doctoral dissertation, she received an Emerald/EFMD Highly commended award 2012 for outstanding doctoral research. At CBS, she is currently conducting an extensive research project on the role of networks for women’s access to board positions, for which she was awarded a Marie Curie Fellowship from the European Commission. Her research interests are networks, gender, boards of directors, identity, institutional work, discourse, and discourse analysis methods.

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