Research on Women in International Business and Management: Then, Now, and Next

Forthcoming in Cross Cultural and Strategic Management, Special Issue on "Gender in International Business and Management"

36 Pages Posted: 5 Mar 2017  

Amanda Bullough

University of Delaware

Fiona Moore

University of London - Royal Holloway College

Tugba Kalafatoglu

ESADE Business School

Date Written: March 2, 2017

Abstract

To address the paradox that represents a shortage of women in management and senior leadership positions around the world, while research has consistently shown that having women in positions of influence leads to noteworthy organizational benefits, as guest editors for this special issue, we provide an overview of four key streams of cross cultural research on gender — women in international management, anthropology and gender, women’s leadership, and women’s entrepreneurship — which have been fairly well-developed but remain underexplored.

Keywords: Gender, International Business, Women, Cross-Cultural Management, Anthropology, Entrepreneurship, Leadership

JEL Classification: J16

Suggested Citation

Bullough, Amanda and Moore, Fiona and Kalafatoglu, Tugba, Research on Women in International Business and Management: Then, Now, and Next (March 2, 2017). Forthcoming in Cross Cultural and Strategic Management, Special Issue on "Gender in International Business and Management". Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2926139

Amanda Bullough (Contact Author)

University of Delaware ( email )

311 Lerner College of Business & Economics
Newark, DE 19716
United States

Fiona Moore

University of London - Royal Holloway College ( email )

Senate House
Malet Street
London, TW20 0EX
United Kingdom

Tugba Kalafatoglu

ESADE Business School ( email )

Barcelona
Spain

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