Handbook on Women in Business and Management

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Edward Elgar Publishing, 2007 - Business & Economics - 392 pages
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This very impressive Handbook takes established research topics about women in management and treats them in fresh and novel ways. The chapters are intellectually interesting, sound, and provocative, and meet the editors aspiration to stimulate high quali
 

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research on women in business and management
1
how the news media portray women in the workforce
13
women as the Other in organizations
34
women managers stress and the barriers to success
57
4 Knowing Lisa? Feminist analyses of gender and entrepreneurship
78
attracting and managing talent
109
dilemmas and opportunities
132
gender race and ethnicity implications
154
selected metaphors for managing the parts and the whole of living
206
the importance of situational factors
217
a framework for researching womens advancement in organizations
232
12 The effectiveness of human resource management practices for promoting womens careers
254
the small but important style differences between male and female leaders
279
14 Women advancing onto the corporate board
304
women leading and managing worldwide
330
Index
357

8 Integration of career and life
178

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