Contributor: Alison Maitland

Alison Maitland, Journalist,

Alison Maitland

Alison Maitland spent 20 years at the Financial Times before becoming an independent writer, interviewer, researcher and moderator in 2006. From 1998-2006, she was the FT’s management writer, during which time she built the paper's global coverage of corporate responsibility and women's progress in business and management. She produced exclusive coverage of Cranfield University's annual Female FTSE Report and the biannual European Professional Women's Network Board Women Monitor.

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In an extract from their new book, Why Women Mean Business: Understanding the Emergence of our Next Economic Revolution, authors Avivah Wittenberg-Cox and Alison Maitland reveal...

Womenomics: Guarantors of Growth
The 20th century saw women gain more power in the workplace. But what are the economic, political and social...