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That women are less well‐paid than men is well‐documented. How women perceive their apparent lack of “success” in the labour force is less discussed. Examines how a sample of Australian women perceive their levels of success relative to their male counterparts and one another. A sample of 284...
Determines whether gender or other factors account for the export behaviour of small and medium‐sized enterprises in New Brunswick, Canada. Suggests that, although gender does play a role in the nature of small or medium‐sized enterprises in New Brunswick, it is not the primary determinant of...
Discusses the findings from a recent Australian study on the status of women in libraries. Poses the question of whether a “double‐glazed” ceiling exists for women in librarianship despite their movement since the late 1980s into library management positions and legislative initiatives. Utilizes...
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