Career Development International: Volume 13 Issue 4


Table of contents - Special Issue: Choosing a career in management: an interdisciplinary multicultural perspective

Guest Editors: Ayala MalachPines, Mustafa F. zbilgin, Ronald Burke

Choosing a career in management: an interdisciplinary multicultural perspective

Ayala Malach‐Pines, Mustafa F. Özbilgin, Ronald Burke

The purpose of this paper is to introduce the papers in this special issue and some issues surrounding choosing management as a career. A jointly developed questionnaire is also…


The process of choosing a management career: Evaluation of gender and contextual dynamics in a comparative study of six countries: Hungary, Israel, North Cyprus, Turkey, UK and the USA

Cem Tanova, Mine Karataş‐Özkan, Gözde İnal

The aim of this article is to identify the reasons MBA students have for their career choices, and to explore the contextual and gender‐related aspects of career choice and…


The role of culture and gender in the choice of a career in management

Ayala Malach‐Pines, Oshrit Kaspi‐Baruch

The paper addresses the influence of culture and gender on the choice of a management career among men and women MBA students in Israel, the USA, the UK, Turkey, Cyprus, Hungary…


Strategies for combating gendered perceptions of careers

Dorota Bourne, Mustafa F. Özbilgin

Earlier work on career choice has identified that career choice involves gendered processes which lead to differentiated career outcomes for women and men. However, this…


Values and career choice at the beginning of the MBA educational process

Eran Vigoda‐Gadot, Shmuel Grimland

With the change in global and local markets and the emergence of new types of careers such as protean careers (which are values‐driven), individual values (i.e. citizenship…


Career choice in management: findings from US MBA students

Eddy S.W. Ng, Ronald J. Burke, Lisa Fiksenbaum

This research aims to explore the role of values, family, and non‐family influences on career choice in management among a sample of US MBA students.


Factors influencing career choice of management students in India

Tanuja Agarwala

This paper aims to explore the influence of a range of factors on the career choice of management students in India. The importance of different individuals in the family and at…

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