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This paper examines attitudes toward women managers in Chile ( n =194) and the USA ( n =218) using the women as managers scale (WAMS) and a Spanish version of WAMS developed for this study. Across both cultures, two coherent measures were labeled “acceptance” and “ability”. No cultural...
This study compared the perceptions of US, German, Korean, and Mexican managers on six different survey items assessing the business success viability of female US expatriates. The US managers’ perceptions were generally less positive than those held by their foreign counterparts who represented...
This article describes findings from a Catalyst study that explored why there are so few women with global assignments. The study reveals several prevailing assumptions in corporate and professional America about women’s willingness and ability to relocate. One of the most pervasive is that...
The increased internationalization of business in recent years has made the understanding of international human resource management problems more important for executives in multinational companies. In recent years researchers have paid considerable attention to the issues of adjustment to...
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