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Female and male business school graduates ( N = 355) assessed the importance of 20 university‐based initiatives designed to address the chilly climate for women students and to incorporate gender and diversity issues into the business school curriculum. Women and men rated the importance of two...
This paper reports on the views that women academics have about their career prospects, equal opportunities and the conflicts they experience between their work and personal lives in one UK university. The university in question has formal equal opportunities policies and gender monitoring...
In recent years there has been a substantial rise in the number of women entering the work force. One consequence of this trend is that it has generated considerable interest in the relationship between gender and job satisfaction. The objective of this study was to investigate the effects of...
We examine whether female faculty in US universities have a higher tenure benchmark relative to their male counterparts. Using survey data from 317 accounting faculty, we compare the role of gender for both favorable and unfavorable tenure decisions. Specifically, we compare: the research output...
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