Gender in Management: Volume 32 Issue 1


An International Journal

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Deconstructing Higgins: gender bias in the Pygmalion phenomenon

Len Karakowsky, Nadia DeGama, Kenneth McBey

Despite considerable empirical evidence to support the existence of the Pygmalion effect, studies that focus on the role of gender within this phenomenon have produced…

The relational expectations of women managing women

Jane Hurst, Sarah Leberman, Margot Edwards

The purpose of this paper is to examine the expectations women have of their women managers and/or women employees and to suggest personal and organizational strategies to…


Cracking the walls of leadership: women in Saudi Arabia

Julie Hodges

The purpose of this paper is to examine the obstacles to women’s advancement in Saudi Arabia. The paper addresses the question “what are women’s experiences of becoming…


The opaque gendered lens – barriers to recruitment and career development

Christina Scholten, Hope Witmer

This paper aims to reveal gendered leadership constructs that hinder a competency-based view of leadership in Swedish-based global companies and the implications for…


“Respect” and “self-determination” women entrepreneurs’ identities and entrepreneurial discourses

Emilia Fernandes, Silvana Mota-Ribeiro

This exploratory study aims to compare how businesswomen with different initial bounds to their businesses resort to gender discourses to construct a shared business…

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