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AOM Research and Resources Related to Gender

08 Mar 2021
International Women’s Day is a time to reflect on progress made, to call for change and to celebrate acts of courage and determination by ordinary women, who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and communities.

 

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Globally, 8 March is celebrated as International Women’s Day, a day dedicated to honoring the achievements of women throughout history and all across the world, and a day for women from all backgrounds and cultures to band together to fight for gender parity and women's rights. The emerging global consensus is that despite progress, real change has been slow for the majority of women and girls in the world. Today, not a single country can claim to have achieved gender equality. Multiple obstacles remain unchanged. Women and girls continue to be undervalued; they work more, earn less and have fewer choices. The 2021 International Women’s Day theme is #ChooseToChallenge, which presents the opportunity for women to choose to challenge and call out gender bias and inequality.

March is Women's History Month, which highlights the contributions of women to events in American history and contemporary society. The theme for this year’s Women's History Month, “Valiant Women of the Vote: Refusing to Be Silenced”, captures the spirit of these challenging times.

Research topics include:

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Gender and Diversity

Loosening Categorical Thinking: Extending The Terrain Of Theory And Research On Demographic Identities In Organizations, Academy of Management Review
• Related:  Aligning Employee Demographics with Reality

Demographic Diversity In Decision-Making Groups: The Experiences Of Women And People Of Color, Academy of Management Review

Mosaic: A Model Of Stereotyping Through Associated And Intersectional Categories, Academy of Management Review

Personal Networks Of Women And Minorities In Management: A Conceptual Framework, Academy of Management Review

When Expectations Become Reality: Work-Family Image Management and Identity Adaptation, Academy of Management Review
• Related: The Struggle to Balance Work, Family, and Self-Image

Diversity Initiative Effectiveness: A Typological Theory Of Unintended Consequences, Academy of Management Review
• Related: Why Diverse Workplaces Remain Elusive

Integrating Diversity At Different Levels: Multilevel Human Capital, Social Capital, And Demographic Diversity And Their Implications For Team Effectiveness, Academy of Management Review

Making the Invisible Visible: Paradoxical Effects of Intersectional Invisibility on the Career Experiences of Executive Black Women, Academy of Management Journal
• Related: Race Plus Gender Doubles the Struggle for Black Women

We Ask Men to Win and Women Not to Lose: Closing the Gender Gap in Startup Funding, Academy of Management Journal
• Related: How Female Entrepreneurs Can Beat the VC Funding Bias

Diversity Thresholds: How Social Norms, Visibility, and Scrutiny Relate to Group Composition, Academy of Management Journal
• Related:  “Twokenism:” Why Top U.S. Firms’ Boards Have Two Women

Why and When Does the Gender Gap Reverse? Diversity Goals and the Pay Premium for High Potential Women, Academy of Management Journal
• Related:  How the Gender Pay Gap and Glass Ceiling Help Some Women

A Different Frame of Reference: Entrepreneurship and Gender Differences in the Perception of Danger, Academy of Management Discoveries

A More Feminine Scholarship: Relational Practice for Setting a Good Example, Academy of Management Learning & Education

Bringing Transgender Issues Into Management Education: A Call to Action, Academy of Management Learning & Education
• Related: Why Managers Need to Know Transgender Terminology

Taking off the Blinders: A Comparative Study of University Students’ Changing Perceptions of Gender Discrimination in the Workplace From 2006 to 2013, Academy of Management Learning & Education

Ms. Trust: Gender, Networks and Trust—Implications for Management and Education, Academy of Management Learning & Education

Gender and the MBA, Academy of Management Learning & Education

Gender Diversity in Editorial Boards of Management Journals, Academy of Management Learning & Education

Masculinity and Management Education: Feminizing the MBA, Academy of Management Learning & Education


Careers and the Wage Gap

The Caregiving Ambition Framework, Academy of Management Review

Achieving Work-Family Balance: An Action Regulation Model, Academy of Management Review

Covering in Cover Letters: Gender and Self-Presentation in Job Applications, Academy of Management Journal
• Related: Women Using Less Feminine Terms in Cover Letters Are Less Likely to Get Hired

To Delegate or Not to Delegate: Gender Differences in Affective Associations and Behavioral Responses to Delegation, Academy of Management Journal
• Related:  Why Women Don’t Delegate As Much As Men

Work-Life Balance as a Household Negotiation: A New Perspective from Rural India, Academy of Management Discoveries
• Related: A Rural Indian Perspective on Work-Life Balance

Choices and Consequences: Impact of Mobility on Research-Career Capital and Promotion in Business Schools, Academy of Management Learning & Education

How “Doing Gender” Leads to Gender Imbalances in the Higher Ranks in Colleges of Business [And How To “Undo Gender”], Academy of Management Learning & Education


Leadership

A Network Utilization Perspective On The Leadership Advancement Of Minorities, Academy of Management Review

Masculinity At The Negotiation Table: A Theory Of Men’s Negotiation Behaviors And Outcomes, Academy of Management Review

The Social Consequences of Voice: An Examination of Voice Type and Gender on Status and Subsequent Leader Emergence, Academy of Management Journal
• Related: When a Positive Spin Helps Men, Not Women, Get Ahead

Reading the Face of a Leader: Women with Low Facial Masculinity Are Perceived as Competitive, Academy of Management Discoveries
• Related: Equating Masculine Looks with Leaders May Be a Miscalculation

Gender, Education, and Occupation: How Founder Experiences Influence Firm Outcomes, Academy of Management Discoveries

A “Novel” Discovery: Exploring Women’s Literary Fiction for Use in Management and Leadership Education, Academy of Management Learning & Education

“Perfect Storm” on the Horizon for Women Business School Deans?, Academy of Management Learning & Education

Taking Gender Into Account: Theory and Design for Women's Leadership Development Programs, Academy of Management Learning & Education


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