Gender in Management: Volume 24 Issue 4


An International Journal


Human Resource Management

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Constraints and opportunities facing women entrepreneurs in developing countries: A relational perspective

Dima Jamali

This purpose of the paper to examine the interplay of constraints and opportunities affecting female entrepreneurship in developing countries. The paper integrates salient…

Striking a different balance: Work‐family conflict for female and male managers in a Scandinavian context

Knud Knudsen

The purpose of this paper is to explore how male and female managers may regulate their workload differently in response to conflicting job‐home pressures. The main…

Role conflict and well‐being among employed mothers: the mediating effects of self‐efficacy

Lucie Houle, François Chiocchio, Olga E. Favreau, Martine Villeneuve

The purpose of this paper is to examine the importance of self‐efficacy in facilitating the joint management of work and family and in predicting the well‐being of…

Entrepreneurship education in higher educational institutions: the gender dimension

Eugenia Petridou, Aikaterini Sarri, Lida P. Kyrgidou

The purpose of this paper is to address entrepreneurial programs offered by Greek higher education institutions (HEIs) to 1639 students in different scientific disciplines…

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