Spain has the Government with more women in Europe. It is a world example of political parity, but the balance does not reach the economic world. In the boards of the listed companies, women represent only 18%. To achieve parity – a female presence of at least 40% – the Spanish firms of the Stock Exchange should replace 352 male top executives with women, according to a report published in Fedea, which recommends a policy of obligatory quotas such as those They have worked in Norway and Italy. At the current rate and without specific measures, Spain would need more than 20 years to reach parity.
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