Director Tenure and Gender Diversity in the United States: A Scenario Analysis

Our new report examines two related issues in corporate governance: poor board diversity and long tenures of board directors. Specifically, this report analyzes the potential effect of replacing various percentages of long-tenured male directors with women. For example, if less than half (46%) of the male directors in the S&P 500 with 10-plus years of seniority were replaced by female directors, 30% of that index’s board seats would be held by women. 

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