Gender in Management: Volume 34 Issue 7


An International Journal

Table of contents - Special Issue: Women, work and management in the Middle East

Guest Editors: Jenny K. Rodriguez, Maranda Ridgway, Linzi J. Kemp

Lucky to reach the top? : Gendered perspectives on leadership acquisition across Qatar and Denmark

Christina Lundsgaard Ottsen

As organizations aim to become increasingly diverse, it is important to understand how perspectives of potential future leaders vary across culture and gender. This study aims to…

Female employment in hotels in Saudi Arabia and UAE

Saham Al-Ismail, Fiona Carmichael, Joanne Duberley

This paper aims to explore barriers to employment, problems caused by working, motivation to work and job satisfaction of women employed in hotels in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia…

The impact of board gender diversity on corporate social responsibility in the Arab Gulf states

Ayman Issa, Hong-Xing Fang

This study aims to examine the impact of board gender diversity on the level of corporate social responsibility (CSR) disclosure in the Arab Gulf states. Also, this research…


Success and agency: localizing women’s leadership in Oman

Maia Hallward, Hania Bekdash-Muellers

This study aims to examine women’s leadership in Oman, seeking to empirically determine whether and how local perceptions of “success” and lifestyle preferences are related to…

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