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LABO08: Board members of larger publicly listed companies by reporting country, time, position and sex
Variable overview
reporting country
Mandatory *
time
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position
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sex
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reporting country

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Selected 0 of total 6

time

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Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.2012 , 2013 , 2014 ,

Selected 0 of total 9

position

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Selected 0 of total 2

sex

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Selected 0 of total 2

Number of selected data cells are:
(maximum number allowed is 100,000)

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Number of selected cells exceeds the maximum allowed 100,000

Footnotes

2013-2014: Data from October.
Organisations covered: The companies covered are the largest publicly listed companies in each country. Publicly listed means that the shares of the company are traded on the stock exchange. The largest companies are taken to be the members (max.50) of the primary blue-chip index, which is an index maintained by the stock exchange covering the largest companies by market capitalisation and/or market trades. Only companies which are registered in the country concerned (according to the ISIN code) are counted. Therefore, the number of companies covered by the data (which is shown in the table of data) may be lower than the number of constituents in the relevant blue-chip index. See mapping table for a list of the blue-chip indices used as the basis for the sample of companies covered in each country, and the number of constituents in each index.
Positions covered:
President: Chairperson of the highest decision-making body in each company. The highest decision-
makingbody is usually termed the supervisory board (in case of a two-tier governance system) or the board of directors (in a unitary system).
Members: Data covers all members of the highest decision-making body in each company (i.e. chairperson, non-executive directors, senior executives and employee representatives, where present). The highest decision-making body is usually termed the supervisory board (in case of a two-tier governance system) or the board of directors (in a unitary system).
reporting country
EU
From September 2020: EU refers to EU27_2020, which is the European Union with a fixed area composition of the current 27 countries.