Gender in Management: Volume 26 Issue 1


An International Journal

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The impact of gender, family, and work on the career advancement of Lebanese women managers

Hayfaa Tlaiss, Saleema Kauser

The purpose of this paper is to address the research gap on Lebanese women managers and to demonstrate how gender, work, and family factors influence the career advancement of…


The impact of gender‐differentiated golf course features on women's networking

Michelle M. Arthur, Robert G. Del Campo, Harry J. van Buren

The purpose of this paper is to consider whether golf functions as a networking barrier for women in professions that require networking for career success.


Married professional women's career exit: integrating identity and social networks

Elizabeth Hamilton Volpe, Wendy Marcinkus Murphy

The purpose of this paper is to address the idea of “opting out” for married professional women by presenting a conceptual investigation into the impact that a woman's identity…


Sector, size, stability, and scandal: Explaining the presence of female executives in Fortune 500 firms

David Brady, Katelin Isaacs, Martha Reeves, Rebekah Burroway, Megan Reynolds

Although women remain substantially underrepresented in the top echelons of large corporations, a non‐trivial presence of female executives has emerged in recent years. The…

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