Pax Ellevate Global Women’s Index Fund Invest in Women

Gender Research

The Tipping Point:  Women on Boards and Financial Performance
Meggin Thwing Eastman, Damion Rallis and Gaia Mazzucchelli, MSCI, December 2016

The CS Gender 3000:  The Reward for Change
Credit Suisse, September 2016 

Putting Gender Diversity to Work: Better Fundamentals, Less Volatility
Morgan Stanley, May 2016

Gender Diversity in Senior Positions and Firm Performance: Evidence from Europe
International Monetary Fund, March 2016

Is Gender Diversity Profitable? Evidence from a Global Survey
Marcus Noland, Tyler Moran, and Barbara Kotschwar, Peterson Institute, February 2016 

Gender-Balanced Teams Linked to Better Business Performance: A Sodexo Study
Sodexo, 2016

Women in Business: The Value of Diversity
Francesca Lagerberg, Grant Thornton, September 19, 2015

Do Women Stay Out of Trouble? Evidence from Corporate Litigation
Binay K. Adhikari, Anup Agrawal and James Malm, August 1, 2015

Board Gender Diversity, Innovation and Firm Performance
Jie Chen, Woon Sau Leung and Kevin P Evans, May 25, 2015

Women on Boards and Firm Financial Performance: A Meta-Analysis
Corinne Post and Kris Byron, Academy of Management Journal, accepted November 5, 2014

Women on Boards: Global Trends in Gender Diversity on Corporate Boards
MSCI, November 2015

Diversity Matters
Vivian Hunt, Dennis Layton and Sara Price, McKinsey, November 24, 2014

Climb to the Top - Tracking Gender Diversity on Corporate Boards
Andre Chanavat and Katharine Ramsden, Thomson/Reuters, October 2014

The CS Gender 3000: Women in Senior Management
Credit Suisse, September 2014

Does the Gender of Directors Matter?
Mariam Schwartz-Ziv, Harvard University - Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, May 7, 2013

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