Forbes publishes its list of the World's Most Powerful Women in 2016, featuring UNDP's Administrator Helen Clark
Forbes, the American business magazine, has published its list of the World’s Most Powerful Women in 2016. The list is led by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, for the sixth consecutive year. Helen Clark, Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme, occupies number 22. In order to elaborate this list, Forbes uses four different metrics: money (either net worth, company revenues, or GDP); media presence; spheres of influence, and impact, analysed both within the context of each woman’s field (media, technology, business, philanthropy, politics, and finance) and outside of it. This year’s list presents a higher number of women politicians, due to the increased number of women leaders all over the world.
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