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Can Female National Leaders Mitigate the Negative Effects of Racial Diversity?

Racial/ethnic diversity within groups, organizations, and even countries can have negative externalities if left unmitigated. The effects of inequality and exclusion can hinder overall productivity. Surveys from over 244,000 subjects in 77 countries revealed that female leaders are associated with greater tolerance for diversity and self-expression, especially in highly diverse countries. Lastly, analysis of over 5,800 leader-year observations in 126 countries from 1950 – 2009 revealed that female leaders in highly ethnically diverse countries had mitigating effects on diversity that resulted in positive economic growth.

Susan Perkins
University of Illinois - Chicago
United States

Jaee Cho
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Hong Kong

Katherine Phillips
Columbia Business School
United States

Negin Toosi
California State University
United States

 


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