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Responsabilidad social, sustentabilidad y equidad de género

Vol. 14 Núm. 14 (2020): Ecosistema de datos y la competitividad ISBN 978-607-96203-0-9

Cuantificación del beneficio en la rentabilidad de las empresas mexicanas, dada una mayor participación de la mujer en la alta dirección

junio 21, 2021


En el presente trabajo se revisa el beneficio que tiene el hecho de que exista una mayor participación de la mujer tanto en la mesa directiva como en la alta dirección de las empresas que cotizan en la bolsa mexicana de valores. En el presente se realizaron modelos de regresión con datos panel anuales del año 2011 al 2019. Esto con información histórica de las empresas cuyas acciones son o han sido miembro del índice IPC para las variables rentabilidad (ROE), calificación ESG, calificaciones por pilares de ESG, el porcentaje de mujeres en la mesa directiva y el porcentaje de mujeres en la alta dirección. Los resultados de las regresiones muestran que solo existe una relación positiva y significativa entre el score ambiental, social y la participación de la
mujer en la mesa directiva (MD). 


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