The New York Times
Claire Cain Miller
June 19, 2014
One of the most perplexing questions about women in business is how to increase their numbers in the upper ranks, where their progress to the top has stalled.
In increasingly popular idea in Europe is affirmative action for executives - requiring companies to include a certain percentage of women in management, particularly on their boards. Improvement at the top, the thinking goes, is likely to filter down at companies, improving the pay an representation of women at lower levels.
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