Gender in Management: Volume 27 Issue 5


An International Journal

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Are (male) leaders “feminine” enough?: Gendered traits of identity as mediators of sex differences in leadership styles

Leire Gartzia, Marloes van Engen

The purpose of this paper is to further understanding concerning sex differences in leadership styles and to examine the mediating role of gender identity traits in these…


Experiencing financial problems among university students: An empirical study on the moderating effect of gender

Leila Falahati, Laily Hj. Paim

The purpose of this paper is to examine the moderating effect of gender on the relationship between financial attitude, financial socialization, and secondary socialization agents…


Reflections from a Black female in the promotion and tenure process

Vickie Cox Edmondson

Navigating the tenure and promotion process can be a daunting task for faculty members regardless of race or gender at institutions of higher learning. The purpose of this paper…

Motherhood and its impact on career progression

Bryan McIntosh, Ronald McQuaid, Anne Munro, Parviz Dabir‐Alai

After many years of equal opportunities legislation, motherhood still limits womens' career progress even in a feminized occupation such as nursing. While the effect of…

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