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Dangerous Categories: Narratives Of Corporate Board Diversity

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North Carolina Law Review Vol. 89, 102-147, 2011

Jennifer K. Brooke & Tom R. Tyler

Diversity And Corporate Performance: A Review Of The Psychological Literature

North Carolina Law Review Vol. 89, 716-748, 2011

The Milieu Of The Boardroom And The Precinct Of Employment

Deborah A. Demott

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749-758, 2011

Corporate Board Gender Diversity And Stock Performance: The Competence Gap Or Institutional Investor Bias?

Frank Dobbin & Jiwook Jung

North Carolina Law Review Vol. 89, 809-838, 2011

Commentary: Puzzles About Corporate Boards And Board Diversity

Donald C. Langevoort

North Carolina Law Review

Vol. 89, 841-854, 2011

Board Diversity Revisited: New Rationale, Same Old Story?

Lisa M. Fairfax

North Carolina Law Review Vol. 89, 856-886, 2011

Diversity On Corporate Boards: Limits Of The Business Case And The Connection Between Supporting Rationales And The Appropriate Response Of The Law

Thomas Lee Hazen

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Justifying Board Diversity

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Showcasing Diversity

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Showcasing: The Positive Spin

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1 Whereas the majority of research on board diversity explores the direct

relationship between racial and gender diversity and firm performance, this paper investigates

mediators that explain how board diversity is related to firm performance. Grounded in

signalling theory and the behavioural theory of the firm, we suggest that this relationship

operates through two mediators: firm reputation and innovation. In a sample of Fortune 500

firms, we find a positive relationship between board racial diversity and both firm reputation

and innovation. We find that reputation and innovation both partially mediate the relationship

between board racial diversity and firm performance. In addition, we find a positive

relationship between board gender diversity and innovation.

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