Contributors. Part One: Women Corporate Directors: A Research Appraisal. Women Corporate Boards of Directors: Where Do We Go From Here? R.J. Burke, M.C. Mattis. The Future of Corporate Women: Progress Toward the Executive Suite and the Boardroom? C.M. Daily, S. Trevis Certo, D.R. Dalton. Building the Business Case for Women Corporate Directors; D. Bilimoria. Part Two: International Research Findings. Women Corporate Directors in the United States; M.C. Mattis. Making it to the Top in Britain; S. Vinnicombe, V. Singh, J. Sturges. The Paradox of Affirmative Action for Women Directors in Israel; D. Izraeli. Women on Canadian Corporate Boards of Directors: Still a Long Way to Go; R.J. Burke. What Distinguishes Women Non-executive Directors From Executive Directors? Individual, Interpersonal and Organizational Factors Related to Women's Appointments to Boards; Z.M. Burgess, P. Tharenou. The New Zealand Experiment - Training to be on Board as a Director; J. McGregor. Taking a Seat on the Board: Women Directors in Britain; V.M. Holton. Company Size, Board Size and Numbers of Women Corporate Directors; R.J. Burke. Part Three: Women Directors and Board Dynamics. Women on Boards of Directors: Gender Bias or Power Threat? N. Fondas. Women on Corporate Boards of Directors: Understanding the Context; R.J. Burke. The Experiences of White Women on Corporate Boards in Canada: Compliance and Non-compliance to Hegemonic Masculinity; P. Bradshaw, D. Wicks. Public Sector Board Composition in Australia: Leading the Way? D.K. Conroy. Part Four: Views of Corporate Directors. From Male Locker Room to Co-ed Board Room: A Twenty-five Year Perspective; C.C. Selby. Making Boards Work: Recruiting forBalance, Competence and Results; D. Leighton. Catalyst Corporate Board Placement: New Seats at the Table; M. Pollak. Index.