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    1. We think these best practices will help corporate leaders decide how best to structure their boards to optimize long-term corporate performance.
      In CalSTRS Issues Board Composition Best Practices
    2. Directors represent the interests of shareholders within the companies they oversee. We expect them to develop structures and practices that minimize conflicts of interest and keep management interests closely aligned to corporate performance.
      In CalSTRS Issues Board Composition Best Practices
    3. I think there are other arguments for this policy, but if you're trying to justify this policy on the basis of this is going to improve corporate performance, the best research evidence does not suggest diversity is going to improve corporate performance.
      In Does Board Diversity Improve Corporate Performance?