Gender in Management: Volume 25 Issue 7


An International Journal

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Well‐balanced families?: A gendered analysis of work‐life balance policies and work family practices

S.B. Burnett, C.J. Gatrell, C.L. Cooper, P. Sparrow

The paper considers the impact of work‐life balance policies on the work and family practices of professional, dual‐earner parents with dependent children, by assessing the extent…


Fed‐up with Blair's babes, Gordon's gals, Cameron's cuties, Nick's nymphets: Challenging gendered media representations of women political leaders

Sharon Mavin, Patricia Bryans, Rosie Cunningham

The purpose of this paper is to highlight gendered media constructions which discourage women's acceptability as political leaders and trivialise or ignore their contribution.


Canada's bold experiment with pay equity

Parbudyal Singh, Ping Peng

The purpose of this paper is to examine the evolution, implementation and effectiveness of the Pay Equity Act in Ontario, Canada. Given that this Act is considered by many as the…


Gender and risk: women, risk taking and risk aversion

Sylvia Maxfield, Mary Shapiro, Vipin Gupta, Susan Hass

Labeling women as risk‐averse limits the positive benefits both women and organizations can gain from their risk taking. The purpose of this paper is to explore women's risk…


Gender differences in salary in a female‐dominated profession

Laura M. Crothers, Ara J. Schmitt, Tammy L. Hughes, John Lipinski, Lea A. Theodore, Kisha Radliff, Sandra Ward

The purpose of this paper is to examine the salary and promotion negotiation practices of female and male school psychology practitioners and university instructors of school…

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