Strapline:An International Journal
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Other’s place or othering space: Reframing the performativity of the neoliberalized space(s) of factory women in a free trade zone in Sri LankaDhammika Jayawardena
This paper aims to understand the dialectical relationship between place-making and identity formation of factory women in a free trade zone (FTZ) in the Global South.
A hidden deterioration in equal pay achievements?: The case of employee benefits during the Greek recessionEleanna Galanaki
Employee benefits, a critical element of total employee rewards, are important for both employers and employees. This study aims to explore the utility of employee benefits for…
The impact of board diversity and voluntary risk disclosure on financial outcomes. A case for the manufacturing industryNuria Reguera-Alvarado, Francisco Bravo-Urquiza
The purpose of this paper is to analyse how board diversity affects firm financial outcomes through the way in which this diversity helps to improve voluntary disclosures.
The presence of women is lower than that of men in positions of responsibility in economic management in public administration, although there has been a more significant increase…
Renamed from:Women in Management Review
Online date, start – end:2008
Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Dr Adelina Broadbridge