Gender in Management: Volume 30 Issue 1


An International Journal

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Challenging the concept of risk in relation to women’s entrepreneurship

Anne Laure Humbert, Clare Brindley

This paper aims to challenge the myth of risk-averseness among women entrepreneurs and analyses risk in the context of gender. It explores risk perceptions and examines the…


The impact of gender perceptions and professional values on women’s careers in nursing

Bryan McIntosh, Ronald McQuaid, Anne Munro

This purpose of this paper is to engage two enduring sets of assumptions within nursing: firstly, that woman with children should prioritise the care of children; and secondly…


Transformational leadership in teams – the effects of a team leader’s sex and personality

Tiina Maria Brandt, Piia Edinger

This study aims to investigate whether transformational leadership exists in teams, and if so, whether it is represented in a similar way as in more traditional leadership…


The role of androgyny in leader prototypes over four decades

Gary N. Powell, D. Anthony Butterfield

The purpose of this paper is to examine the role of psychological androgyny, a construct that represents a combination of masculinity and femininity, in explaining changes in…

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