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Reviews the positive role of the state in promoting women's employment since the founding of Communist China in 1949. Identifies patterns of gender inequality which exist throughout the process of employment such as recruitment and retirement. Against this backcloth, analyses major reasons for...
To enhance our understanding of the optimal buyer-seller dyad composition in different cultures, this study investigates differences in male and female buyers' perceptions of male and female sales representatives in Pakistan. Data collected from 88 Pakistani buyers reveal that although male and...
An attitude survey was conducted with 72 management majors attending a prestigious business university in Beijing, China. The results indicate that there is still a significant “glass ceiling” effect to accepting women as they climb up the management hierarchy. The group estimated that it would...
Utilises findings that relate to Chinese negotiation skills that can be used primarily as a guide for female Western negotiators wishing to do business with the Chinese. Evidence comes from observations and group discussions conducted with 31 female Chinese managers. Results show that there is a...
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