Faculty Scholarship

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

3-2016

Abstract

Citing a Boise State University study, Grande, Kling, and Bauges state that public boards and commissions in Idaho are comprised of no more than 30% women, a figure which drops to 15% when one examines only boards and commissions that have "stereotypically masculine core functions"--e.g., banking commissions, boards of transportation, and economic development boards. The authors of the present article propose a number of legal reforms to address this disparity.

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