Gender in Management: Volume 31 Issue 2


An International Journal

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Women’s work in urban Bangladesh: do types of organizations matter?

Farida Chowdhury Khan

Women’s participation in the formal labour force has increased over the past three decades and continues to do so in Bangladesh. This paper aims to look at trends in that…

Estimating the nonlinear effects of female directors on financial performance: The case of Malaysian initial public offering companies

Chen Ming, Lim Hock Eam

The purpose of this paper is to identify the non-linear effects of the presence of women directors on the board on the financial performances of Malaysian companies which…


The gendered discourse of ‘equal opportunities for men and women’ in Iranian EFL textbooks

Ali Salami, Amir Ghajarieh

The purpose of this paper is to examine the representations of male and female social actors within the subversive gendered discourse of “equal opportunities for men and women” in…

Doing masculinities in construction project management: “We understand each other, but she…”

Gunilla Olofsdotter, Lena Randevåg

This study aims to examine how masculinities are (re)produced in project-based organizations. The authors first investigate the doing of masculinities in everyday work practices…

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