1st Edition

Routledge Library Editions: Women and Business

    6142 Pages
    by Routledge

    This 15-volume set of previously out-of-print tiles examines many aspects of women and business. Encompassing such as areas as women’s access to managerial positions, positions within trade unions, inequality, family life, role in family businesses and entrepreneurship, it is a remarkable collection and a vital business reference source.

     1. Becoming a Top Woman Manager Leonie V. Still  2. Gender and Trade Unions Elizabeth Lawrence  3. Labor Market Segmentation and its Implications: Inequality, Deprivation, and Entitlement Dahlia Moore  4. Phossy Jaw and the French Match Workers: Occupational Health and Women Under the Third Republic Bonnie Gordon  5. Pleasure, Power and Technology: Some Tales of Gender, Engineering, and the Cooperative Workplace Sally Hacker  6. Sex, Career and Family Michael P. Fogarty, Rhona Rapoport, Robert N. Rapoport  7. Through Many Windows Helen Woodward  8. Uncovering the Hidden Work of Women in Family Businesses: A History of Census Undernumeration Lisa Geib-Gunderson  9. Women and Work Ross Davies  10. Women at Work: A Brief Introduction to Trade Unionism for Women Mary Agnes Hamilton  11. Women in Business: Perspectives on Women Entrepreneurs Sheila Allen and Carole Truman  12. Women in Top Jobs: Four Studies in Achievement Michael Fogarty, A.J. Allen, Isobel Allen and Patricia Walters  13. Women, Microenterprise, and the Politics of Self-Help Cheryl Rene Rodriguez  14. Women Workers in Seven Professions: A Survey of their Economic Conditions and Prospects Edith J. Morley  15. Women's Resources in Business Start-Up: A Study of Black and White Women Entrepreneurs Katherine Inman


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