Gender in Management: Volume 34 Issue 2


An International Journal

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Barriers and enablers to women in fire and emergency leadership roles

Debra Parkinson, Alyssa Duncan, Frank Archer

The purpose of this paper is to understand what (if any) actual and perceived barriers exist for women to take on fire and emergency management leadership roles within the…


Board gender composition and marketing effectiveness in the female consumer market in Zimbabwe

Miriam Mugwati, Geoffrey Bakunda

The purpose of this paper was to examine the difference in the effect on external marketing effectiveness of gender similar boards and gender dissimilar boards in the…

In the mother’s shadow: exploring power dynamics in family business succession

Filippo Ferrari

This paper aims to investigate and explain the power dynamics involving the mother (as the founder) and the daughter (as the successor) during the business transmission process.

The disclosure of financial forward-looking information: Does the financial expertise of female directors make a difference?

Francisco Bravo, Maria Dolores Alcaide-Ruiz

The purpose of this paper is to examine the association between the financial expertise (accounting and non-accounting) of female directors in the audit committee and the…


Implicit occupational gender stereotypes: a research among Turkish university students

Cigdem Basfirinci, Zuhal Cilingir Uk, Sernur Karaoglu, Kadriye Onbas

The purpose of this paper is to reveal implicit occupational gender stereotypes for 12 different occupations in Turkey.

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