Examines the role of employee gender in the performance attribution process. Seeks to determine whether library managers attribute a job performance by a woman to different causes then the job performance of a man; whether differences in attributions are attenuated as managers gain more extensive work experience with their supervisors; whether library supervisors performance attributions are related to judgements regarding subordinates career advancement prospects.
Nkereuwem, E. (1996), "Job performance attributions and career advancement prospects for women in the academic libraries", Librarian Career Development, Vol. 4 No. 1, pp. 18-24. https://doi.org/10.1108/09680819610108193Download as .RIS
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