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Infographic: Gender diversity can benefit capital markets, economies

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      By Calvert Research and Management

      Washington - The investment case for advancing gender equality in corporations is strong and clear. Women comprise fifty percent of the global working age population and have educational attainment that is close to comparable with men's globally. However, global figures show that women have significantly lower labor participation rates than men globally and the gap widens more when management is included.

      The below infographic shows more about how gender diversity can boost the markets and the economy, and how the G7 countries measure up in terms of women's participation in the workforce.

      Infographic: Calvert Gender Blog

      To read "Evaluating the Glass Ceiling: Understanding and unlocking the value in gender equity," click here.