Gender in Management: Volume 32 Issue 2


An International Journal

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Who can have it all and how?: An empirical examination of gender and work–life considerations among senior executives

Maura J. Mills, Angela R. Grotto

This study aims to examine senior executives’ work–life (WL) experiences, perceptions and consequences in light of leader gender.

MyManagement: women managers in gendered and sexualised workplaces

Linda McKie, Marjut Jyrkinen

The authors report on research with women managers, documenting their strategies in response to gendered and sexualised working life. The paper aims to offer a conceptual…


The effects of gender role orientation and career/family role salience on organizational identification and intention to leave

Huimin Liu, Hang-yue Ngo

The purpose of this study is to examine how gender role orientation (i.e. masculinity and femininity) and career/family role salience affect individuals’ organizational…

Linking leader anti-prototypes and prototypes to gender stereotypes

Gary N. Powell, D. Anthony Butterfield

This study aims to examine factors that may explain the status of women in management by exploring the linkages between leader anti-prototypes and prototypes to gender stereotypes.

Women in leadership in Kuwait: a research agenda

Athmar Al-Salem, Mark Speece

This study aims to examine perceptions in Kuwait about women’s leadership in management.

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