Women on boards: Time for quotas?

Nearly 25 per cent of Britain’s biggest companies now have women on their boards but some argue that voluntary targets for increasing womens' representation are not enough. Should Britain follow Germany and move to mandated quotas? Carola Hoyos debates the issue with economist Vicky Pryce and former trade minister Mervyn Davies.

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