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Women’s Executive Leadership

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  18 November 2015

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Copyright © The Author(s). Published by Government and Opposition Limited and Cambridge University Press 2016 

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Patricia Lee Sykes is Associate Professor of Government in the School of Public Affairs at American University, Washington DC. Contact email: psykes@american.edu.

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