The GMI Ratings 2013 Women on Boards Survey showed that
The GMI Ratings’ 2013 Women on Boards Survey showed that progress on most measures of female board representation continues to be slow. The study reported that 68 of 101 (67%) of French companies sampled, 148 of 212 (70%) of Australian companies sampled, 28 of 30 (93%) of Norwegian companies sampled, 31 of 58 (53%) of Singaporean companies, and 96 of 145 (66%) of Canadian companies sampled have at least one female director on their boards. (Data extracted from GMI Ratings’ 2013 Woman on Boards Survey, http:// bit. ly/ 1jPXYc4.)
a. Is there evidence of a significant difference among the countries with respect to the proportion of companies that have at least one female director on their boards? (Use α= 0.05).
b. Determine the p value and interpret its meaning.
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