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In this article we chart the rise of the female expatriate manager over the past generation, as a prelude to positing the question as to why the number of women on international assignments is even lower, proportionally, than their numbers in management overall. We argue that exploring the...
Extensive literature exists into discrimination in selection in the fields of psychology, social psychology and sociology. This research focuses mainly on domestic appointments and does not consider the nature of selection for international appointments. Discusses the findings of a study into...
Examines access to justice, within the Australian context of an adversarial system, from a consumer's perspective. It is argued that the current system of justice represents the most conservative element of Australian society and that the courtroom discourse structure and the legal professional...
Personal conceptions of what constitutes a "successful manager" are important, as they influence an individual's personal development and subsequent careers. This study investigates profiles of "successful managers" held by male and female managers working in ten European banks operating in...
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