Gender in Management: Volume 35 Issue 7/8


An International Journal

Table of contents - Special Issue: COVID-19: current research debates

Guest Editors: Adelina Broadbridge, Andrie Michaelides

Feminine? Masculine? Androgynous leadership as a necessity in COVID-19

Stacy Blake-Beard, Mary Shapiro, Cynthia Ingols

The purpose of this paper is to explore the relationship between leaders’ expressed traits and their impact on their country’s COVID-19 outcomes. Some leaders are over relying on…


Missing voices: the absence of women from Italy’s Covid-19 pandemic response

Vincenza Priola, Lara Pecis

This study aims to explore the role of Italian women in society and at work during the pandemic. Specifically, it analyses Italian women’s positioning in the work context and in…


Teaching leadership the “Day After”, with care

Alexia Panayiotou

This paper aims to share the author’s thoughts and reflections on teaching leadership in “pandemic times”. The author has been teaching leadership for nearly 20 years, both to…

Work–family lockdown: implications for a post-pandemic research agenda

Gary N. Powell

The purpose of this paper is to consider the implications of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic for future research on the intersection of gender, work and family.


Women, Gender equality and COVID-19

Linda L. Carli

This paper aims to review the existing literature on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on gender and work roles to determine whether the pandemic has undermined the status, pay…


Where does work belong anymore? The implications of intensive homebased working

Oliver Mallett, Abigail Marks, Lila Skountridaki

The purpose of this paper, a “thought piece”, is to consider the everyday realities of homebased working and the implications for work during a global pandemic and beyond.


(In)visibility in the margins: COVID-19, women entrepreneurs and the need for inclusive recovery

Gina Grandy, Wendy Cukier, Suzanne Gagnon

This paper aims to extend Lewis and Simpson’s (2010) work on the complexity of (in)visibility and explores what it means to women’s entrepreneurship in Canada during the COVID-19…


Enforced remote working and the work-life interface during lockdown

Deirdre Anderson, Clare Kelliher

This paper aims to consider enforced working from home in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and how it may differ from working from home through choice. In particular, the authors…


“Gendering” contamination: physical, social and moral taint in the context of COVID-19

Ruth Simpson, Rachel Morgan

The purpose of this paper is to explore the “gendering” of contamination in the context of COVID-19 where “gendering” is taken to include other, cross-cutting areas of…


COVID-19 foodwork, race, gender, class and food justice: an intersectional feminist analysis

Elaine Swan

The purpose of this paper is to consider the implications of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic for future research on intersection feminist studies of foodwork.


Challenges for work–life balance during COVID-19 induced nationwide lockdown: exploring gender difference in emotional exhaustion in the Indian setting


This paper aims to attempt to explore the nature of relationship between work–life balance and emotional exhaustion experienced by the employed individuals while working from home…


Covid-19 created a gender gap in perceived work productivity and job satisfaction: implications for dual-career parents working from home

Zhiyu Feng, Krishna Savani

This paper aims to examine gender gaps in work-related outcomes in the context of Covid-19. The authors hypothesized that the Covid-19 pandemic would create a gender gap in…


Gendered experiences of leading and managing through COVID-19: patriarchy and precarity

Sharon Mavin, Marina Yusupova

The purpose of this paper is to highlight key issues for women managers, leaders and precarious academic women during COVID-19 in organisations and in academy.

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