ACADEMIC ATTAINMENT, ASSIMILATION AND FEMINISM IN CANADIAN SCHOOLS OF BUSINESS
Article publication date: 1 March 1992
Investigates employment discrimination in Canadian Schools of Business. A review of Statistics Canada data on student (1971, 1978) and faculty composition (1980, 1985, 1989) demonstrates that the number of females as a percentage of undergraduate and graduate students of business has increased significantly as has the total percentage of female faculty. Females are, however, significantly under‐represented in senior academic positions of associate and full professors with little change over the study period. Discusses barriers to academic attainment and the consequences to feminist research in the administrative sciences.
Orser, B. (1992), "ACADEMIC ATTAINMENT, ASSIMILATION AND FEMINISM IN CANADIAN SCHOOLS OF BUSINESS", Women in Management Review, Vol. 7 No. 3. https://doi.org/10.1108/09649429210011336
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