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Does gender diversity in the workplace mitigate climate change?

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by Yener Altunbas, Leonardo Gambacorta, Alessio Reghezza and Giulio VelliscigDoes having more women in managerial positions improve firm environmental performance? We match firm-corporate governance characteristics with firm-level carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions over the period 2009-2019 to study the relationship between gender diversity in the workplace and firm carbon emissions.

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by Yener Altunbas, Leonardo Gambacorta, Alessio Reghezza and Giulio Velliscig
Does having more women in managerial positions improve firm environmental performance? We match firm-corporate governance characteristics with firm-level carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions over the period 2009-2019 to study the relationship between gender diversity in the workplace and firm carbon emissions.
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