Gender in Management: Volume 33 Issue 7


An International Journal

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Moving on the connectivity continuum: performing gender in times of constant connectivity

Isabell Loeschner

Given the reality of expectations of constant connectivity with work anytime, anywhere, this paper aims to investigate the gendered implications of these new expectations in the…

Gendering expert work and ideal candidacy in Finnish and Estonian job advertisements

Jatta Jännäri, Seppo Poutanen, Anne Kovalainen

This paper aims to analyse the ways the textual materials of job advertisements do the gendering for prospective expert positions and create a space for ambiquity/non-ambiquity in…


Gender performativity and hegemonic masculinity in investment management

Corina Sheerin, Margaret Linehan

Through an examination of the everyday organisational and social practices, this paper aims to consider gender performativity and hegemonic masculinity within front office…


The guanxi ties of managers in mainland China – a critical analysis based on gender

Iiris Aaltio, Jiehua Huang

Inadequate social networks are often seen as an explanation of the under-representation of women in management. Networks contain culture-specific features, as in China where the…

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