Edited by Kate Hutchings and Snejina Michailova
The Research Handbook on Women in International Management is a carefully designed collection of contributions that provides a thorough and nuanced discussion of how women engage in international management. It also offers important insights into emerging and new areas of research warranting future consideration.
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- Research Handbook on Women in International Management
- Chapter 1: Women in international management: Reviewing past trends and identifying emerging and future issues
- Chapter 2: Women expatriates: A research history
- Chapter 3: Female frequent flyers: How women travelling internationally handle their work/life balance
- Chapter 4: Women Gen X global managers striving for work/life balance
- Chapter 5: Career and family expectations of women in international management: A view across generations
- Chapter 6: Global platforms, local politics: Arab women in transnational organizations
- Chapter 7: Women expatriates from East Asia
- Chapter 8: Where are the voices from South America? Argentine, Brazilian and Chilean women in international management
- Chapter 9: Differences in working hours of European high status men and women: Causes and consequences
- Chapter 10: Hard choices: Hungarian female managers abroad
- Chapter 11: Self-initiated expatriation through a gendered lens
- Chapter 12: Self-initiated expatriation by women: Does it help to overcome the glass ceiling?
- Chapter 13: Women as female breadwinners in non-traditional expatriate families: Status-reversal marriages, single parents, split families, and lesbian partnerships
- Chapter 14: "They always look at you a bit oddly": Women developing career capital through international mobility in the mining Industry
- Chapter 15: Representation as scholars and representing the researched: The gendered position of UK and Australian women academics researching women in management internationally
- Chapter 16: Reducing the academic gender gap? Institutional support for women's university careers in the liberal states
- Chapter 17: No gender, please, we're international management scholars!
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