Web extras for fall 2009 Quarterly: "China: Heaven or Hell for Female Execs?"
More articles about female execs in China
Women in China finally making a great leap forward
From The Christian Science Monitor: Women and girls have been making strides in every aspect of life in China, but some still say a “macho” business culture prevails.
Gree Electric’s Dong Mingzhu: why China’s leading businesswoman doesn’t do holidays
From telegraph.co.uk: The vice-chairman and president of Gree Electric Appliances, the world’s largest air conditioner manufacturer, sets an example for her staff by living up to her own high expectations.
Women under-represented on global corporate boards
From the Inquirer: According to a 2007 report issued by Corporate Women Directors International, women have made little progress in business on the international scale. Out of a pool of 200 companies (including China), men hold nearly 89 percent of the board positions.
October 25, 2009