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Despite the fact that the labour force participation rate of women declined in the company bodies of publicly traded companies in 2017, there has been a growing representation of women in these positions in Europe. The representation of women is important due to the use of available human resources, the improvement in the quality of human capital and the positive effect on economic development. Gender imbalance in the management and supervisory bodies of publicly traded companies can bedoi:10.47743/saeb-2020-0010 fatcat:df2mf2wbvvhy7cobizqa23k6by