Gender in Management: Volume 26 Issue 8


An International Journal


Human Resource Management

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Locating women board members in gendered director networks

Rosanne Jane Hawarden, Stephen Marsland

Despite the extensive study of director interlocks very little is known about gendered director networks. Boards of directors are primarily male; globally, only 5‐20 per…

The effect of perceived external prestige on Greek public employees' organizational identification: Gender as a moderator

Panagiotis Gkorezis, Naoum Mylonas, Eugenia Petridou

The purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of perceived external prestige (PEP) on organizational identification in the context of a Greek public organization and…

Feminist attributes and entrepreneurial identity

Barbara J. Orser, Catherine Elliott, Joanne Leck

The purpose of this study is to examine how feminist attributes are expressed within entrepreneurial identity.

Women managers' career progression: an Asia Pacific perspective

Uma Jogulu, Glenice Wood

The increase in general managerial roles held by women has failed to translate into senior management positions in many countries. The paper aims to focus on the…

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