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General Call for Papers - Gender in Management



Call for Papers

Gender in Management: An International Journal

Gender in Management: An International Journal (formerly Women in Management Review) is a double blind peer reviewed journal which publishes original, critical and scholarly papers that make theoretical and methodological contributions to our understanding of gender-based issues in management.  The journal encourages diversity in thinking about gender in management and welcomes papers from all academic disciplines which can contribute to management knowledge about this area. Whilst focusing on management concerns, the journal acknowledges the importance of a broader social context influencing gender in management issues, such as political and legislative decisions, education and social policy, economic factors, etc.  Papers which examine gender-based management issues in specific industries or sectors are encouraged.

The journal welcomes qualitative and quantitative research-based articles as well as critical research reviews and analyses covering a broad range of management topics in so far as they relate to gender issues, including Careers, Communication, Conflict, Cross-cultural issues, Decision-making, Employee-employer relationships, Equal opportunities, Entrepreneurship, Glass ceiling issues, Leadership, Organizational justice, Reward and recognition, Sexuality and sexual orientation and Work-life balance

Gender in Management particularly encourages papers from emerging regions of the world which expand our knowledge of these areas and which provide insights into the different cultural underpinnings of research from and about these parts. 
 
Submit to the Journal
Submissions to Gender in Management are now invited and should be made using ScholarOne Manuscripts http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/gm

Enquiries regarding submissions should be sent to the editors, Dr Sandra Fielden at [email protected] and Professor Sharon Mavin [email protected]