Gender in Management

(The TQCC of Gender in Management is 6. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
Covid-19 created a gender gap in perceived work productivity and job satisfaction: implications for dual-career parents working from home189
Women, Gender equality and COVID-19146
Enforced remote working and the work-life interface during lockdown97
Challenges for work–life balance during COVID-19 induced nationwide lockdown: exploring gender difference in emotional exhaustion in the Indian setting58
Gender diversity on corporate boards: How Asian and African women contribute on sustainability reporting activity33
Science mapping: a bibliometric analysis of female entrepreneurship studies30
The tangled web: consequences of workplace cyberbullying in adult male and female employees30
(In)visibility in the margins: COVID-19, women entrepreneurs and the need for inclusive recovery25
Does gender diversity on the board reduce agency cost? Evidence from Pakistan25
Understanding nascent women entrepreneurs: an exploratory investigation into their entrepreneurial intentions25
Feminine? Masculine? Androgynous leadership as a necessity in COVID-1923
Where does work belong anymore? The implications of intensive homebased working21
Psychological capital and entrepreneurship: gender differences19
Women in STEM/SET: gender gap research review of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) – a meta-analysis18
Does gender matter? A university ecosystem, self-efficacy and entrepreneurial intention analysis in Brazilian universities18
Work–family lockdown: implications for a post-pandemic research agenda18
Gender diversity in corporate governance: a bibliometric analysis and research agenda17
Female directors and environmental innovation: is stakeholder orientation a missing link?16
Gendered experiences of leading and managing through COVID-19: patriarchy and precarity16
A motivational theory perspective on entrepreneurial intentions: a gender comparative study15
Board gender diversity: performance and risk of Brazilian firms15
Workplace romance versus sexual harassment: a call to action regarding sexual hubris and sexploitation in the #MeToo era13
Independent board, gender diversity and bank performance in Nigeria: a system-GMM approach12
The impact of board diversity and voluntary risk disclosure on financial outcomes. A case for the manufacturing industry12
Women directors and corporate performance: firm size and board monitoring as the least focused factors12
Inclusive education for inclusive economic participation: the financial access channel12
Challenging gender norms: women’s leadership, political authority, and autonomy11
Busy female directors: an exploratory analysis of the impact of quotas and interest groups11
Review of research for two decades for women leadership in higher education around the world and in Vietnam: a comparative analysis11
Explaining work motivation through perceived transformational leadership: what to expect in a sample of female employees?11
The impact of stereotyped perceptions of entrepreneurship and gender-role orientation on Slovak women’s entrepreneurial intentions10
The “good manager” over five decades: towards an androgynous profile?10
Gender diversity in corporate boardrooms and risk disclosure: Indian evidence10
Predictors of subjective career success amongst women employees: moderating role of perceived organizational support and marital status10
In women, we trust! Exploring the sea change in investors’ perceptions in equity crowdfunding10
Brain drain in microfinance institutions: the role of gender and organizational factors9
Does supervisor gender moderate the mediation of job embeddedness between LMX and job satisfaction?9
Gender and financial performance in SMEs in emerging economies9
Gender makes the difference: the moderating role of gender on the relationship between management structure and performance in banking9
Cis-normativity at work: exploring discrimination against US trans workers9
Feminine traits improve transformational leadership advantage: investigation of leaders’ gender traits, sex and their joint impacts on employee contextual performance8
Women on board: the disregarded issue of board interlocks8
The appropriate leadership styles in times of crisis: a study of women in senior leadership positions in corporate South Africa8
Gendered institutions and female entrepreneurship: a fuzzy-set QCA approach8
Understanding the role of universities in fostering female entrepreneurship in the emerging ecosystem8
As the tree is, so is the fruit? Examining the effects of ethical leadership on bootlegging from the perspective of leader–follower gender similarity8
Role of female leadership in corporate innovation: a systematic literature review8
Board Gender Diversity and Cost of Debt: Do Firm Size and Industry type matter?8
Return to work after maternity leave: the role of support policies on work attitudes of women in management positions7
A systematic review of women’s entrepreneurship in the sports industry: has anything changed?7
Formal vs informal demand for credit by women in urban India: a comparative study in slums of Delhi and Mumbai7
Exploring workplace experiences of transgender individuals in the USA6
Determinants of entrepreneurial performance of rural indigenous women entrepreneurs in Sarawak, Malaysia6
Opt-out stories: women’s decisions to leave corporate leadership6
Missing voices: the absence of women from Italy’s Covid-19 pandemic response6
“Bitten by the entrepreneur bug” – critiquing discourses on women owner-managers/entrepreneurs in the Kenyan and Omani newspapers6
Managerial aspiration: do gender and gender role identity make a difference in the Chinese context?6
Shedding light on the gender quota law debate: board members’ profiles before and after legally binding quotas in Portugal6
Modern-day slavery? The work-life conflict of domestic workers in Nigeria6
Gender stereotyping and self-stereotyping among Danish managers6
Challenging cisnormativity, gender binarism and sex binarism in management research: foregrounding the workplace experiences of trans* and intersex people6
“Like will to like” or “opposites attract”? Management board diversity affects employer attractiveness6
Women’s journey to the top: the role of bonding and bridging social capital6