Gender in Management: Volume 27 Issue 4


An International Journal


Human Resource Management

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Doing gender well and differently in management

Sharon Mavin, Gina Grandy

The purpose of this paper is to revisit theoretical positions on gender and the implications for gender in management by building upon current research on doing gender…

Developing women's career competencies through an EMBA

Aurora Chen, Noeleen Doherty, Susan Vinnicombe

The purpose of this paper is to report a qualitative study with British women managers, which explored the career competencies accrued from undertaking an Executive MBA (EMBA).

Pay dispersion and earnings for women and men: a study of Swedish doctors

Alison M. Konrad, Yang Yang, Kathleen Cannings

Relatively little research has examined whether pay dispersion influences men's and women's earnings differently. The purpose of this paper is to fill this research gap.

Romantic relationships in organisational settings: Attitudes on workplace romance in the UK and USA

David Biggs, Lisa Matthewman, Claire Fultz

Research illustrates that workplace romance is on the rise and has potentially negative and beneficial consequences. The purpose of this paper is to understand, from an…

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