Duke and UNC law schools and Duke Energy are hosting a conference on corporate board diversity April 16th, 2010, at the University of North Carolina. Admission is free -- more information here. Paper authors include: Lissa L. Broome (UNC, law), John Martin Conley (UNC, law), John Darley (Princeton, psychology), Frank Dobbin (Harvard, sociology), Lisa M. Fairfax (GW, law), James Fanto (Brooklyn, law), Mitu Gulati (Duke, law), Sung Hui Kim (Southwestern, law), Kimberly D. Krawiec (Duke, law), Patrick Shin (Suffolk, law), Lawrence M. Solan (Brooklyn, law), and Tom Tyler (NYU, psychology). Commentary by: Kate Bartlett (Duke, law), Jim Coleman (Duke, law), Jim Cox (Duke, law), Deborah DeMott (Duke, law), Tom Hazen (UNC, law), Jerry Kang (UCLA, law), Donald C. Langevoort (Georgetown, law), and Cindy Williams (Osgoode, law).
The papers and comments will be published in the North Carolina Law Review Volume 89, Issue 3.
Download the conference flyer here: Download 2DDsympwlogosWIP1000-1
Lissa Broome, John Conley, and I will be presenting (and publishing) new results from our ongoing ethnographic study of corporate board diversity. In the meantime, read our prior two articles on board diversity: Signaling Through Board Diversity: Is Anyone Listening and Narratives of Diversity in the Corporate Boardroom: What Corporate Insiders Say about Why Diversity Matters