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Gender in Management in Emerging Economies

Gender in Management in Emerging Economies

The management of gender is critical to the effective functioning of organizations in the emerging markets if it has to become a ‘developed market’. The serious academic inquiry is this field is relatively new and this special issue (SI) was conceptualized to help evolve the body of knowledge. There are six research based articles in this SI which have potential to develop new insights to solve the pressing problems as being faced by the managers and leaders towards management of gender at workplace.

This special issue has six papers dealing with different but relevant facets of gender in management in the emerging markets. We hope that the readers will like this special issue as it offers theoretical and practical insights in leveraging the potential of gender towards workplace excellence in the emerging markets.


An investigation of gender and generational differences in attitudes toward the importance of a college degree in the UAE,Determinants of organizational innovation: a framework ,Does gender matter? A study of trust and its outcomes in the manufacturing sector in mainland China,Feminizing leadership in the Middle East: Emirati women empowerment and leadership style,Gender in management in emerging economies,Gender roles and customer organisational citizenship behaviour in emerging markets,Relating multidimensional perfectionism and academic procrastination among Indian university students: is there any gender divide?

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