Gender in Management: Volume 25 Issue 4


An International Journal

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Who needs gender research and what is its role in the twenty‐first century? A personal reflection

Judy McGregor

The purpose of this paper is to consider the following questions: who needs gender? Can there possibly be any intelligence left to share? What is the role of gender researchers in…


Feminizing the boardroom: A study of the effects of corporatization on the number and status of women directors in New Zealand companies

Jacqui Shilton, Judy McGregor, Marianne Tremaine

Changes to government policy, deregulation and corporatization in New Zealand have influenced the number and status of women on boards of directors. Using company records…


Gender role stereotypes and requisite management characteristics: The case of South Africa

Lize A.E. Booysen, Stella M. Nkomo

Although Schein's gender role management stereotype hypothesis has been examined in many countries around the world, no studies specifically examine the combined effects of race…


Micro‐credit for microenterprises?: A study of women “petty” traders in Eastern Nigeria

Nnamdi O. Madichie, Anayo D. Nkamnebe

The purpose of this paper is to examine the factors that constrain women petty traders' access to microcredit, and the innovative measures they have initiated in order to counter…


Gender‐typicality of economic sectors and gender‐composition of working groups as moderating variables in leadership research

Hans‐Joachim Wolfram, Gisela Mohr

Meta‐analytic evidence exists that the numerical dominance of one gender group among employees can affect the behaviour of female and male leaders. The purpose of this paper is to…

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