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AOM 2016 PDW: Gender, Generations and Leadership: Insights from South Asia

Abstract Scholars have described the global leadership literature as western-centric (Arvey et al., 2015), age-blind (Spisak et al., 2014) and male-dominated (Kyriakidou, 2012; Syed & Murray, 2008). This PDW aims to address these gaps by providing an unconventional non- western … Continue reading

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AOM 2014 Symposium: Working wo(men) of South Asia: Why we matter

Organisers: Edwina Pio, Jawad Syed Abstract Complexity is a key aspect of South Asia with a population of 1.649 billion. Caste, class, patriarchy, religion, agriculture, technology, terrorism and violence impact working wo(men) on an everyday basis. In constructing South Asian … Continue reading

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