by Ken Lund
Review on Hillman, Amy J., Shropshire, Christine, Cannella Jr., Albert A.. 2007. Organizational predictors of women on corporate boards. Academy of Ma
The lack of uniformity of female presentation urged the questions of why some organizations have such representation while others do not? And what are the predictors of women on corporate boards? (Hillman et al, 2007)
Authors performed a study to answer previous questions. This Study plays an exploratory role identifying the predictors of female representation on boards of directors taking the first step in the research gap covering this issue as most of the previous studies were focusing on female as exogenous or examine individual methods of influence or advancement rather than organization-level predictors. (Hillman et al, 2007)
According to Hillman et al. (2007) four hypotheses were put to reach the goal of the trial.
Hypothesis 1 derived from the fact that large firms