Gender Work and Organization

(The TQCC of Gender Work and Organization is 13. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-05-01 to 2023-05-01.)
Precarity, gender and care in the neoliberal academy73
Moderate feminism within or against the neoliberal university? The example of Athena SWAN59
‘Not one of the family’: Gender and precarious work in the neoliberal university56
On agency and empowerment in a #MeToo world44
Challenging the gendered rhetoric of success? The limitations of women‐only mentoring for tackling gender inequality in the workplace40
Excellent and gender equal? Academic motherhood and ‘gender blindness' in Norwegian academia34
Sexualized labour in digital culture: Instagram influencers, porn chic and the monetization of attention33
New managerialism in the academy: Gender bias and precarity29
Structural accommodations of patriarchy: Women and workplace gender segregation in Qatar28
‘If you put pressure on yourself to produce then that's your responsibility’: Mothers’ experiences of maternity leave and flexible work in the neoliberal university28
Disturbing the AcademicConferenceMachine: Post-qualitative re-turnings26
‘I’m a migrant, but I’m the right sort of migrant’: Hegemonic masculinity, whiteness, and intersectional privilege and (dis)advantage in migratory academic careers25
Women Who Work: The limits of the neoliberal feminist paradigm25
Imagining new feminist futures: How feminist social movements contest the neoliberalization of feminism in an increasingly corporate‐dominated world24
Joan Acker's influence on Management and Organization Studies: Review, analysis and directions for the future24
The missing and needed male nurse: Discursive hybridization in professional nursing texts23
In the steps of Joan Acker: A journey in researching inequality regimes and intersectional inequalities21
Accounting for equality: Gender budgeting and moderate feminism20
Gender in academic STEM: A focus on men faculty20
Variations of the same? A sectoral analysis of the gender pay gap in Germany and Austria19
A critical moment: 25 years ofGender, Work and Organization19
The curious under‐representation of women impact case leaders: Can we disengender inequality regimes?19
Pandemic and macho organizations: Wake‐up call or business as usual?19
Gender discourses in academic mobility19
Doing gender, modestly: Conceptualizing workplace experiences of Pakistani women doctors18
The Blackened body and White governmentality: Managing the UK academy and the production of shame18
Who's a good boy then? Anthropocentric masculinities in veterinary practice18
Silence‐breaking butterfly effect: Resistance towards the military within #MeToo18
Non-job work/unpaid caring: Gendered industrial relations in long-term care18
Knowing cows: Transformative mobilizations of human and non‐human bodies in an emotionography of the slaughterhouse17
‘Women, work and family’: Educated women's employment decisions and social policies in Egypt17
A multilevel perspective of the identity transition to motherhood16
The ‘new industrial man’ as unhero: Doing postfeminist masculinities in an Italian pharmacological research centre16
Governing through accountability: Gendered moral selves and the (im)possibilities of resistance in the neoliberal university15
New masculinities in universities? Discourses, ambivalence and potential change15
Why is the gender revolution uneven and stalled? Gender essentialism and men's movement into ‘women's work'15
Race, threat and workplace sexual harassment: The dynamics of harassment in the United States, 1997–201615
Gender still at work: Interrogating identity in discourses and practices of masculinity15
This Sporting Life : The intersection of hegemonic masculinities, space and emotions among rugby players15
Female and foreign: An intersectional exploration of the experiences of skilled migrant women in Qatar15
‘We were fighting for our place’: Resisting gender knowledge regimes through feminist knowledge network formation14
Introduction to special issue: Exploring the emergence of moderate feminism(s) in contemporary organizations14
Conditioned openings and restraints: The meaning‐making of women professionals breaking into the male‐dominated sector of forestry14
‘Little children are not for dad's?’ Challenging and undoing hegemonic masculinity14
Women leaders, self‐body‐care and corporate moderate feminism: An (im)perfect place for feminism14
More‐than‐human emotions: Multispecies emotional labour in the tourism industry14
Interlopers in class: A duoethnography of working‐class women academics13
Bringing dogs onto campus: Inclusions and exclusions of animal bodies in organizations13
Sisters (can’t) unite! Wages as macro‐political and the gendered power orders of corporatism13
Management gender composition and the gender pay gap: Evidence from British panel data13
Even when those struggles are not our own: Storytelling and solidarity in a feminist social justice organization13