Gender in Management: Volume 32 Issue 6


An International Journal

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Exploiting women’s aesthetic labour to fly high in the Chinese airline Industry

Xiaoni Ren

Drawing upon the existing theoretical and empirical sourced knowledge of aesthetic labour and gender, this paper aims to explore the exploitation of women’s aesthetic labour in…


Gendered beliefs about glass ceiling in Egypt

Wessam Khedr

This paper explores gendered beliefs about the Glass Ceiling (GC) using a new measure, the “Career Pathway Survey” CPS, in an under-researched country, Egypt.


The role of the gender diversity of audit committees in modelling the quality of management earnings forecasts of initial public offers in Malaysia

Mohammed Abdullah Ammer, Nurwati A. Ahmad-Zaluki

Presently, one of the major governance issues faced by management and shareholders of organizations is the gender composition of the boards of directors and audit committees. This…


Gender, effort-reward imbalance at work, and burnout: Findings from a developing Caribbean country

Dwayne Devonish

The purpose of this study is to examine gender as a key moderator in the relationship between effort-reward imbalance (ERI) and burnout among employees in Caribbean workplaces.

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