Gender in Management: Volume 32 Issue 7


An International Journal

Table of contents - Special Issue: A homage to Ruth Simpson

Guest Editors: Gina Grandy, Patricia Lewis, Sharon Mavin

Gender, feminization and the MBA: a review of the contribution of Ruth Simpson

Afam Ituma

Ruth Simpson is a leading scholar in management education. This paper aims to provide a succinct summary of her voluminous work on management education, with a particular focus on…


Really saying something: Exploring conceptions of merit in women’s experience of career based tensions inspired by my friend Ruth Simpson

Savita Kumra

This paper aims to examine how the work of Ruth Simpson and the subsequent collaborations have contributed to understanding of the gendered constructions of meritocracy, as they…

Visibly different from the academic norm: An appreciation of the scholarship and friendship of Professor Ruth Simpson

Patricia Lewis

Professor Ruth Simpson has been a key contributor to the field of gender and organization studies (GOS) over the past 25 years. She has influenced debates on women in management…

Dirty work, masculinity and giving voice through innovative qualitative methods: Ruth Simpson’s contributions

Natasha Slutskaya

This paper aims to recount the author’s personal and professional experiences of working with Professor Ruth Simpson on two interconnected projects: the exploration of meanings…


Professor Ruth Simpson, Sydney Ruth and gendering management

Alison Pullen, Anne Ross-Smith

This paper aims to review Ruth Simpson’s contribution to the field of gender and management.

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