Women and Management (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
1136
Utgivningsdatum
2010-09-30
Förlag
Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
Illustrationer
Illustrations
Dimensioner
241 x 165 x 63 mm
Vikt
2199 g
Komponenter
Contains 2 Hardbacks
ISBN
9781848443266
Women and Management (inbunden)

Women and Management

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Since the enactment of the gender equality laws in the USA in the mid 1970s, scholars and policy makers have placed much focus on the situation of women within management. In this authoritative collection, the editors have brought together seminal articles by leading academics to demonstrate that there continue to be differences between equal opportunities policies and work place practices. Areas covered in this excellent two-volume set include career breaks and the gender pay gap, women and work-life integration, the glass ceiling, and gender and diversity. This topical collection will be of immense value to scholars researching women in management and gender in management for many years to come.
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`The two volume set serves as an effective reader on women and management scholarship. This compilation would be useful as supplementary material for a doctoral level course on gender and management, as a good introduction to this literature stream for academics with a budding interest in the field, or even as a primer on academic writings on gender for human resource management professionals. In short, this two volume collection is most useful as a starting point on gender research in management.' -- Diana Bilimoria and Chantal van Esch, Sex Roles `Because of its abundant relevant references this book should be the first stop for any advanced undergraduate and postgraduate student planning research in related areas, but due to its price, it is not meant to feature on students' own must have lists. Nevertheless, I hope it will find a place in numerous university libraries and become as widely used as it deserves to be.' -- Gender in Management

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Edited by Caroline Gatrell, Professor of Organization Studies, University of Liverpool Management School, Professor Sir Cary Cooper, Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, UK and Ellen Ernst Kossek, Basil S. Turner Professor of Management, Research Director, Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership Excellence and Associate Director, Work Family Health Network Center for Work-Family Stress Safety and Health, Purdue University Krannert School of Management, US

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Contents: Volume I: Acknowledgements Introduction Caroline Gatrell, Cary Cooper and Ellen Ernst Kossek PART I WOMEN'S COMMITMENT AND MANAGEMENT 1. Jay Ginn, Sara Arber, Julia Brannen, Angela Dale, Shirley Dex, Peter Elias, Peter Moss, Jan Pahl, Ceridwen Roberts and Jill Rubery (1996), `Feminist Fallacies?: A Reply to Hakim on Women's Employment' 2. Catherine Hakim (1995), `Five Feminist Myths About Women's Employment' 3. Eleanor Hamilton (2006), `Whose Story Is It Anyway? Narrative Accounts of the Roles of Women in Founding and Establishing Family Businesses' 4. Karen S. Lyness and Michael K. Judiesch (2001), `Are Female Managers Quitters? The Relationships of Gender, Promotions, and Family Leaves of Absence to Voluntary Turnover' PART II CAREER BREAKS AND THE GENDER PAY GAP 5. Lynda J. Ames (1995), `Fixing Women's Wages: The Effectiveness of Comparable Worth Policies' 6. Karen Lee Ashcraft (1999), `Managing Maternity Leave: A Qualitative Analysis of Temporary Executive Succession' 7. Francine D. Blau and Lawrence M. Kahn (2000), `Gender Differences in Pay' 8. Michelle J. Budig and Paula England (2001), `The Wage Penalty for Motherhood' 9. Philip N. Cohen and Matt L. Huffman (2007), `Working for the Women? Female Managers and the Gender Wage Gap' 10. Jerry A. Jacobs (1992), `Women's Entry into Management: Trends in Earnings, Authority and Values Among Salaried Managers' 11. Joy A. Schneer and Frieda Reitman (1990), `Effects of Employment Gaps on Careers of M.B.A.'s: More Damaging for Men than for Women?' PART III WOMEN AND WORK-LIFE BALANCE 12. Lotte Bailyn (2004), `Time in Careers - Careers in Time' 13. William T. Bielby and Denise D. Bielby (1989), `Family Ties: Balancing Commitments to Work and Family in Dual Earner Households' 14. Suzan Lewis and Cary L. Cooper (1999), `The Work-Family Research Agenda in Changing Contexts' 15. Karen Miller, Mike Greyling, Cary Cooper, Luo Lu, Kate Sparks and Paul E. Spector (2000), `Occupational Stress and Gender: A Cross-Cultural Study' 16. Jeffrey R. Edwards and Nancy P. Rothbard (2000), `Mechanisms Linking Work and Family: Clarifying the Relationships Between Work and Family Constructs' 17. Alison M. Konrad and Robert Mangel (2000), `The Impact of Work-Life Programs on Firm Productivity' 18. Ellen Ernst Kossek and Cynthia Ozeki (1998), `Work-Family Conflict, Policies, and the Job-Life Satisfaction Relationship: A Review and Directions for Organizational Behavior-Human Resources Research' 19. Ellen Ernst Kossek, Jason A. Colquitt and Raymond A. Noe (2001), `Caregiving Decisions, Well-Being, and Performance: The Effects of Place and Provider as a Function of Dependent Type and Work-Family Climates' PART IV WOMEN'S CAREER PROGRESSION AND MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT 20. Bonita L. Betters-Reed and Lynda L. Moore (1995), `Shifting the Management Development Paradigm for Women' 21. Alice H. Eagly and Steven J. Karau (2002), `Role Congruity Theory of Prejudice Toward Female Leaders' 22. Gedaliahu H. Harel (In Memoriam), Shay S. Tzafrir and Yehuda Baruch (2003), `Achieving Organizational Effectiveness Through Promotion of Women into Managerial Positions: HRM Practice Focus' 23. Belle Rose Ragins and John L. Cotton (1999), `Mentor Functions and Outcomes: A Comparison of Men and Women in Formal and Informal Mentoring Relationships' 24. Carole Elliott and Valerie Stead (2008), `Learning from Leading Women's Experience: Towards a Sociological Understanding' 25. Sharon Mavin (2008), `Queen Bees, Wannabees and Afraid to Bees: No More `Best Enemies' for Women in Management?' Volume II Acknowledgements An introduction by the editors to both volumes appears in Volume I PART I INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON WOMEN'S CAREERS 1. Nancy J. Adler (1984), `Women Do Not Want International Careers: And Other Myths About International Management' 2. Paula M. Caligiuri and Rosalie L. Tung (1999), `Comparing the Success of Male and Female Expatriates from a US-Based Multinational Company' 3. Virginia