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Does an Ethnically Diverse Board Mean Better Stock Performance?

Calvert Research and Management, a global leader in responsible investing and part of Morgan Stanley Investment Management, has released new research which aims to explore recent trends in ethnic diversity at corporate boards as well as its relationship to equity performance.

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