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Previously published as Women in Management Review
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Gender in Management: An International Journal (GiM) 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.
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. GiM 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 GiM researchers and practitioners where they can exchange their ideas, develop and contribute to the research agendas and progress the development of GiM both theoretically and in management and leadership. GiM is essential reading for those who want an overview of the current research and practice base in GiM and for practitioners seeking ways forward to develop GiM.
It is the subject of gender within the context of management and leadership which is the focus of the journal. Any area of GiM 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.
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):
By their very nature, the subjects discussed will be timely, controversial, grounded and contextualised within the interdisciplinary GiM fields. These may result from specific community discussions concerning GiM 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 GiM. 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 GiM.
Gender in Management continues to publish a regular book reviews section and this is edited by Dr Jenny K. Rodriguez of Newcastle University Business School. In order to develop the section we would also like to hear from anyone who is about to become published book authors. Please email Zoe Sanders(firstname.lastname@example.org) with the title and publication details so that we can request a review copy from the publisher.
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.
Gender in Management is available as part of an online subscription to the Emerald HR, Learning & Organizational Studies eJournals Collection. For more information, please email email@example.com or visit the Emerald HR, Learning & Organizational Studies eJournals Collection page.
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