Literature Review Women on boards and in TMTS and firm performance6 List of tables Abbildungsverzeichnis Table 2 1 Empirical studies on women in upper echelons and firm performance 28 Table 3 1 Summary of survey statistics 63 Table 3 2 Summary of respondents characteristics 65 Table 3 3 Industry distribution of the sample 66 Table 3 4 Inquiries of investors with regard to diversity 69 Table 3 5 Female representation on corporate boards 73 Table 3 6 Workforce size of the sample s companies 73 Table 3 7 Existence of planning targets for women in leadership and on corporate boards 75 Table 3 8 Relationship between share of female employees and planning targets actual female representation in leadership 75 Table 3 9 Assumed advantages and disadvantages of disclosing internal planning target 77 Table 3 10 State of preparations regarding the fulfilment of the coming gender quota for supervisory boards 78 Table 3 12 Items on diversity and gender diversity 80 Table 3 13 Level of acceptance for items on diversity and gender diversity in leadership 81 Table 4 1 CONERGY AG key financial figures for FY 2002 to FY 2007 97 Table 4 2 ONERGY AG key financial figures for FY 2006 to FY 2011 109 Table 5 1 Average abnormal returns for event studies 122 Table 5 2 Temporal distribution of announcements on planned layoffs by banks 132 Table 5 3 Descriptive sample statistics 134 Table 5 4 Event study Banks abnormal stock returns by underlying strategy 138 Table 5 5 Event study Banks abnormal stock returns in different periods 140 Table 5 6 Stock price reactions to bank layoff announcements by bank location 142 Table 5 7 Determinants of the abnormal stock return on the announcement day 145 Table 5 8 Determinants of the cumulative abnormal stock returns 1 1 148

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