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Gender in Management

Gender in Management


An International Journal

ISSN: 1754-2413

This journal is a Hybrid Open Access journal
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CiteScore 2016: 1.02
CiteScoreTracker 2017: 0.83 (Updated Monthly)

Journal history

Previously published as Women in Management Review
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Editorial Objectives

Gender in Management: An International Journal (GM) aims to advance knowledge and practice in the area of gender in management and leadership by focusing upon empirical research, theoretical developments, practice and current issues in the international field. The journal addresses broad-ranging social issues, not limited to political and legislative decisions, social and educational policy and economic factors, in its consideration of gender in management and leadership.

Journal Scope

Gender in Management: An International Journal is committed to enabling the publication of high quality research, conceptual and thought pieces from both researchers and practitioners within the global gender in management field. GM is the only journal which focuses on the subject of gender, grounded within management and leadership contexts.  The aim is to enable a community of GM researchers and practitioners where they can exchange their ideas, develop and contribute to the research agendas and progress the development of GM both theoretically and in management and leadership.  GM is essential reading for those who want an overview of the current research and practice base in GM and for practitioners seeking ways forward to develop GM.

It is the subject of gender within the context of management and leadership which is the focus of the journal.  Any area of GM taken from diverse discipline perspectives which makes a contribution to gender in management and/or leadership is welcome.  Authors should be explicit in their positions in relation to each of the concepts.  Authors should be precise, say what they mean and explain their positions in relation to gender, management and/or leadership to contextualise their research.

General Principles

  1. It is the subject of gender within the context of management and leadership which is the focus of the journal.  In their manuscript, authors should explicitly outline their approach in relation to the subject, context and emphasis of their research aims within the boundaries of this journal.
     
  2. It is our intention to publish empirical research, conceptual and thought pieces which are rigorously and/or reflexively presented and which clearly make a contribution to the research base.  Therefore authors should make explicit their reflexive practice.
     
  3. Whilst encouraging empirical and evidence based research, we aim to maintain a sound balance between theoretical and practice contributions and authors, regardless of type of manuscript, are asked to spell out the impact/practical implications of their work.

Coverage

Any area of Gender in Management taken from diverse discipline perspectives which makes a contribution to gender in management and/or leadership is welcome. Coverage includes, but is not restricted to: 

  • Management and leadership styles
  • Career issues
  • Equality and diversity issues
  • Forms of capital
  • Flexibility issues
  • Legal issues
  • Work life balance
  • Emotions in the workplace
  • Employee-employer relationships
  • Sexual politics, harassment and discrimination
  • Gender stereotypes
  • Identity issues
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Cross-cultural issues
  • Intersectionality issues
  • Theoretical developments
  • Feminist research methodologies

By their very nature, the subjects discussed will be timely, controversial, grounded and contextualised within the interdisciplinary GM fields.  These may result from specific community discussions concerning GM e.g. Conference Tracks, Workshops, from international, legislative and/or policy developments.  Manuscripts must not contain personalized attacks.  Again there should be a clear statement of the aims of the piece, explanation as to the context, recognition of other points of view, clear theoretical bases, and explicit indication of how the piece influences and progresses current and future research and/or practice in GM.  Therefore a clear contribution to the research base and potentiality for impact upon practice should be included.  Thought pieces should have the same rigor, style and tone as full length manuscripts providing compelling evidence for the arguments.  Thought pieces are different from full papers in that the contribution either has a narrower audience; it is more limited in its contribution or comments on previous published papers in GM. 

Key Benefits

A unique and often controversial mix of articles, research, interviews, news and book reviews, the journal is essential reading for companies developing appropriate strategies for the advancement of women professionals.

Key Journal Audiences

  • Academics and libraries
  • Consultants and organizational change advisers
  • Equal opportunities officers
  • Management researchers and career planning advisers
  • Personnel, training and development professionals
  • Women managers

Recent Special Issues

A homage to Ruth Simpson (Volume 32, Issue 7) - Guest Editors: Gina Gandry and Patricia Lewis. This special issue stems from the BAM Gender in Management Special Interest Group seminar to celebrate the contributions of Professor Ruth Simpson at Roehampton Business School, Roehampton University, UK. The five papers demonstrate the breadth and depth of the impact of Ruth's work and her contributions to gender and management that span areas such as dirty work, meritocracy, careers, management education, qualitative research methods and emotion and embodiment.

Gender and entrepreneurship in cross cultural perspectives (Volume 32, Issue 4) - Guest Editor: Ramanjeet Singh. Although the relation between gender and entrepreneurship is well-researched area, this special issue is dedicated to studying the gender stereotypes and entrepreneurship in cross cultural perspectives. The issue focuses on the advancement of inter-disciplinary research in areas of gender studies, entrepreneurship and cross-cultural management.

This journal is abstracted and indexed by

American Sociological Association, Cabell's Directory of Publishing Opportunities in Management and Marketing, Educational Research Abstracts (ERA) online, Emerald Management Reviews, Ergonomics Abstracts, Helecon, Human Resources Abstracts, Management Training and Development Alert, Personnel Management Abstracts, QUALIS, ReadCube Discovery, SCIMA, Scopus, Studies on Women Abstracts, Top Management Abstracts, zetoc (British Library)

This journal is ranked by: 

Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) Quality Journal List, Australian Research Council (ERA Journal List), BFI (Denmark), NSD (Norway), QUALIS, Scopus, The Publication Forum (Finland)

Gender in Management is available as part of an online subscription to the Emerald HR, Learning & Organization Studies eJournals Collection. For more information, please email collections@emeraldinsight.com or visit the Emerald HR, Learning & Organization Studies eJournals Collection page.

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This journal is a member of and subscribes to the principles of the Committee on Publication Ethics. More on Emerald's approach is available in our Publication Ethics guidelines.
 


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