Gender in Management: Volume 30 Issue 3


An International Journal


Human Resource Management

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Women directors and IPO underpricing: evidence from Indian markets

Rekha Handa, Balwinder Singh

This paper aims to fill the gap of the relatively under-researched impact of women directors on initial public offering (IPO) underpricing in developing countries. Gender…

Working from home and the gender gap in earnings for self-employed US Millennials

Jessica Simon, Megan McDonald Way

– This paper aims to explore gender differences in terms of self-employment for US Millennials, relating them to working from home as well as other factors.

Flexibility trap – the effects of flexible working on the position of female professionals and managers within a corporate environment

Lenka Formánková, Alena Křížková

The aim of this paper is to analyse the experience of female part-time professionals with employee and managerial positions with the utilisation of flexible work…

Portrayals of career women in Hollywood films: implications for the glass ceiling’s persistence

Souha R. Ezzedeen

The purpose of this study was to explore negative and stereotype-threatening depictions of career women in Hollywood films. The study draws on stereotype threat research…

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