Социальный капитал женщин — членов советов директоров и финансовая результативность компании: эмпирическое исследование

  • Ирина Владимировна Березинец Институт «Высшая школа менеджмента» Санкт-Петербургского государственного университета, Россия http://orcid.org/0000-0001-6157-0283
  • Татьяна Александровна Гаранина Институт «Высшая школа менеджмента» Санкт-Петербургского государственного университета, Россия http://orcid.org/0000-0002-8349-4506
  • Юлия Борисовна Ильина Институт «Высшая школа менеджмента» Санкт-Петербургского государственного университета, Россия http://orcid.org/0000-0002-4187-8990

Аннотация

В современной практике корпоративного управления одной из наиболее обсуждаемых тем при анализе состава совета директоров (СД) является вопрос о включении в него женщин. Неоднозначное направление взаимосвязи между долей женщин в СД и финансовыми показателями деятельности компании, которое получают в эмпирических исследованиях, может объясняться не только различием в числе женщин-директоров, но и тем, какие женщины в него включены. В частности, тем, какой капитал женщины-директора привносят в компанию. Цель данной статьи заключается в том, чтобы выяснить, какой вклад социальный капитал женщин-директоров, выраженный множественными директорскими позициями, вносит в результативность деятельности компаний. Основываясь на динамическом подходе к понятию социального капитала женщин — членов СД, мы провели эмпирическое исследование на выборке публичных российских компаний за период с 2002 по 2010 г. и изучили особенности социального капитала женщин — членов СД. Полученные результаты позволили сделать вывод о том, что наличие множественных директорских позиций, занимаемых женщинами — членами СД в течение длительного времени, агрегирует и аккумулирует специфические профессиональные знания, навыки и опыт, повышающие ценность компании. В заключении статьи предложено обсуждение полученных результатов, определены направления дальнейших исследований.

Ключевые слова:

совет директоров, женщины в совете директоров, гендерное разнообразие совета директоров, человеческий капитал женщин — членов совета директоров, социальный капитал женщин — членов совета директоров, множественность директорских позиций

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2018-10-19
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Березинец, И., Гаранина, Т., & Ильина, Ю. (2018). Социальный капитал женщин — членов советов директоров и финансовая результативность компании: эмпирическое исследование. Российский журнал менеджмента, 16(3), 337–370. https://doi.org/10.21638/spbu18.2018.302
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Теоретические и эмпирические исследования

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