Gender in Management: Volume 31 Issue 7


An International Journal

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Work-family balance: A case analysis of coping strategies adopted by Nigerian and British working mothers

Toyin Ajibade Adisa, Gbolahan Gbadamosi, Ellis L.C. Osabutey

Given the reality that working mothers experience difficulties in achieving work-family balance because of the social restrictions that arise from parenting combined with career…


The effect of board gender diversity on firm performance: evidence from Turkey

Merve Kılıç, Cemil Kuzey

This study aims to include two primary goals. First to determine the board characteristics of listed companies in Turkey and second to investigate the effect of board gender…


Entrepreneurial motives and their antecedents of men and women in North Africa and the Middle East

Bettina Lynda Bastian, Mohammad Reza Zali

This study aims to investigate how educational attainment and entrepreneurial competencies affect entrepreneurial motives of women (vs men) in the Middle East and North Africa…


Is it the human resource policy to blame?: Examining intention to quit among women managers in Arab Middle Eastern context

Abdulfattah Yaghi

The purpose of this paper is to examine the multi-dimensionality of women managers’ turnover in the United Arab Emirates. The study argues that several factors besides public…

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