Ruth Simpson
Ruth Simpson
Student at Middlebury Union High School
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Masculinity at work: The experiences of men in female dominated occupations
R Simpson
Work, employment and society 18 (2), 349-368, 2004
Presenteeism, power and organizational change: Long hours as a career barrier and the impact on the working lives of women managers
R Simpson
British Journal of Management 9, 37-50, 1998
Men in non‐traditional occupations: Career entry, career orientation and experience of role strain
R Simpson
Gender, Work & Organization 12 (4), 363-380, 2005
Managing difference in feminized work: Men, otherness and social practice
A Pullen, R Simpson
Human relations 62 (4), 561-587, 2009
25 years on: reflecting on the past and looking to the future in gender and management research
A Broadbridge, R Simpson
British Journal of Management 22 (3), 470-483, 2011
The role of cultural values in understanding the challenges faced by female entrepreneurs in Nigeria
C Mordi, R Simpson, S Singh, C Okafor
Gender in Management: An International Journal, 2010
Dangerous work: The gendered nature of bullying in the context of higher education
R Simpson, C Cohen
Gender, Work & Organization 11 (2), 163-186, 2004
An investigation of silence and a scrutiny of transparency: Re-examining gender in organization literature through the concepts of voice and visibility
R Simpson, P Lewis
Human Relations 58 (10), 1253-1275, 2005
Capitalising on learning: an exploration of the MBA as a vehicle for developing career competencies
J Sturges, R Simpson, Y Altman
International Journal of Training and Development 7 (1), 53-66, 2003
Gender mix and organisational fit: how gender imbalance at different levels of the organisation impacts on women managers
R Simpson
Women in Management Review 15 (1), 5-18, 2000
Kanter revisited: Gender, power and (in) visibility
P Lewis, R Simpson
International Journal of Management Reviews 14 (2), 141-158, 2012
Theboundaryless' career and career boundaries: Applying an institutionalist perspective to ICT workers in the context of Nigeria
A Ituma, R Simpson
Human Relations 62 (5), 727-761, 2009
Masculinity and management education: Feminizing the MBA
R Simpson
Academy of management learning & education 5 (2), 182-193, 2006
Men in caring occupations: Doing gender differently
R Simpson
Springer, 2009
Changing perceptions of meritocracy in senior women's careers
P Lewis, R Simpson, R Sealy
Gender in Management: An International Journal, 2010
Moving beyond Schein's typology: individual career anchors in the context of Nigeria
A Ituma, R Simpson
Personnel Review, 2007
Have times changed? Career barriers and the token woman manager
R Simpson
British Journal of Management 8, 121-130, 1997
Voice, visibility and the gendering of organizations
R Simpson, P Lewis
Macmillan International Higher Education, 2007
Gender, age, and the MBA: An analysis of extrinsic and intrinsic career benefits
R Simpson, J Sturges, A Woods, Y Altman
Journal of Management Education 29 (2), 218-247, 2005
The time bounded glass ceiling and young women managers: career progress and career success–evidence from the UK
R Simpson, Y Altman
Journal of European Industrial Training, 2000
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