Literature

The following section outlines relevant research and publications on the topics of gender equality and women’s leadership. 

 

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Acker, Joan. 1992. Gendering organizational theory. In Gendering Organizational Analysis, ed. A. J.Mills and P. Tancred, 248–260. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Adams, Renee, and Daniel Ferreira. 2008. Women in the Boardroom and their Impact on Governance and Performance. Social Science Research Network http://ssrn.com/abstract=1107721 (accessed 15 February 2011).

Adler, Nancy J. 1993. Asian women in management. International Studies of Management and Organization 23 (4): 3-17.

Adler, Nancy J., and Dafna N. Izraeli, eds. 1994. Competitive frontiers: Women managers in a global economy. Cambridge, MA : Blackwell.

Adler, Roy. 2001. Women in the executive suite correlate to high profits. EU Project on Equal Pay. www.csripraktiken.se/wp-content/uploads/adler_web.pdf (accessed 1 February 2011).
– 2009. Profit, Thy Name Is … Woman? Miller-McCune 27 February.

Andaya, Barabara. 2006. The Flaming Womb: Repositioning Women In Early Modern Southeast Asia. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

Anderson, Bridget. 2000. Doing the Dirty Work? The Global Politics of Domestic Labour. London: Zed Books.

Anitha, Sundari with Priya Chopra, Waheeda Farouk, Qamar Haq and Saliya Khan. 2008. Forgotten Women:Domestic Violence, Poverty and South Asian Women with No Recourse to Public Funds. Manchester: Saheli

Araujo, Clara, and A.I. Garcia Quesada. 2006. Latin America: The Experience and the Impact of Quotas in LatinAmerica. In Women, Quotas, and Politics, ed. Drude Dahlerup. New York: Routledge.

Attané, Isabella, and Christopher Z. Guilmoto, eds. 2007. Watering the neighbour’s garden: The growing demographic female deficit in Asia. Paris: Committee for International Cooperation and National Research in Demography.

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Bagati, Deepali, and Nancy M. Carter. 2010. Leadership Gender Gap in India Inc: Myths and Realities. New York; San Jose; Toronto: Catalyst.

Bahramitash, Roksana. 2005. Liberation from liberalization: Gender and globalization in Southeast Asia. London;New York: Zed Books.

Banerji, A., S. Mahtani, R. Sealy, and S. Vinnicombe. 2010. Standard Chartered Bank: Women on Corporate Boards in India 2010. International Centre for Women Leaders, Cranfield School of Management. http://www.communitybusiness.org/images/cb/publications/2010/WOB_India.pdf (accessed 1 March 2011).

Bass, Bemard M. 1990. Bass and Stogdill’s handbook of leadership: Theory, research, and managerial applications. New York: Free Press; London: Collier Macmillan.

Basu, Amrita. 2005. Women, political parties and social movements in South Asia. Geneva: United Nations Research Institute for Social Development.

Beauvoir, Simone de. 1949. Le deuxième sexe 1. Paris: Gallimard.

Bird, Barbara. 2010. Overview: Women Leaders in the Business and Profit Sector. In Gender and Women’s Leadership: A Reference Handbook. Sage online. http://www.sageereference.com.libproxy1.nus.edu.sg/womensleadership/Article_n43.html(accessed 4 February 2011).

Blackburn, Susan. 2009. Has Gender analysis been mainstreamed in the study of Southeast Asian politics? In Gender Trends in Southeast Asia: Women Now, Women in the Future, ed. Devasahayam, 53-72. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
– 2010. Feminism and the Women’s Movement in the World’s Largest Islamic Nation. In Women’s movements in Asia: Feminisms and transnational activism, ed. Roces and Edwards, 21-33. London: Routledge.

Bowie, Katherine. 2010. Women’s Suffrage in Thailand: A Southeast Asian Historiographical Challenge. Comparative Studies in Society and History 52 (4): 708 -741.

Bratton, John, Keith Grint, and Debra L. Nelson. 2005. Organizational leadership. Australia; Thomson; Mason, OH: South-Western.

Broadbridge, Adelina, and Jeff Hearn. 2008. Gender and Management: New Directions in Research and Continuing Patterns in Practice. British Journal of Management 19: 38–49.

Brooks, Ann. 2003. The Politics of location in Southeast Asia: Intersecting tensions around gender, ethnicity, class and religion. Asian Journal of Social Sciences 31(1): 86-106.
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Brooks, Ann, and Alison Mackinnon, eds. 2001. Gender and the restructured university: Changing management and culture in higher education. Philadelphia: Open University.

Brooks, Ann, and Theresa Devasahayam. 2011. Gender, emotions and labour markets: Asian and Western perspectives. New York: Routledge.

Brown, M. Helen. 1989. Organizing Activity in the Women’s Movement: An Example of Distributed Leadership. International Social Movement Research 2: 225–40.

Budhwar, Pawan S., Debi S. Saini, and Jyotsna Bhatnagar. 2006. Women in management in the new economic environment: The case of India. In Women in Asian management, ed. Vimolwan Yukongdi, and John Benson, 41-55. London; New York: Routledge.

Burghoorn, Wil, Kazuki Iwanaga, Cecilia Milwertz, and Qi Wang, eds. 2008. Gender politics in Asia: Women manoeuvring within dominant gender orders. Copenhagen: NIAS Press.

Burns, James MacGregor. 1978. Leadership. New York: Harper and Row.

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Carby, Hazel V. 1982. White women listen! Black feminism and the boundaries of sisterhood. In The Empire Strikes Back: Race and racism in 70s Britain, ed. Paul Gilroy, 211-234. London: Hutchinson

Carnes, Molly, Claudia Morrissey, and Stacie E. Geller. 2008. Women’s Health and Women’s Leadership in Academic Medicine: Hitting the Same Glass Ceiling? Journal of Women’s Health 17 (9): 1453-1462.

Case, William. 2004. Testing Malaysia’s pseudo-democracy. In The State of Malaysia: Ethnicity, equity, and reform, ed. Edmund Terence Gomez, 29-48. New York: RoutledgeCurzon.
Castells, Manuel. 1997. The power of identity. Cambridge, MA: Blackwell.

Catalyst. 2004. The Bottom Line: Connecting Corporate Performance and Gender Diversity. New York; San Jose; Toronto: Catalyst.
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Chang, Doris T. 2009. Women’s Movements in Twentieth-Century Taiwan. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Chant, Sylvia H. 2007. Gender, generation and poverty: Exploring the ‘feminisation of poverty’ in Africa, Asia andLatin America. Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar.

Chattopadhyay, Raghabendhra, and Esther Duflo. 2004. Women as Policy Makers: Evidence from a randomized policy experiment in India. Econometrica 72 (5): 1409-1443.

Chaudhuri, Maitrayee, ed. 2004. Feminism in India London: Zed.
Chew, Phyllis. 2008. ‘No fire in the belly’: Women’s political role in Singapore. In Gender politics in Asia: Women manoeuvring within dominant gender orders, ed. Burghoorn, Iwanaga, Milwertz, and Wang, 185-216. Copenhagen: NIAS Press.

Childs, Sarah and Krook, Mona Lena. 2006. Gender and Politics: The State of the Art. Politics 26 (1): 18-28. 2008. Critical Mass Theory and Women’s Political Representation. Political Studies 56 (3): 725–736.


Chin, Jean Lau, Bernice Lott, Joy K. Rice, and Janis Sanchez-Hucles. 2007. Women and leadership: Transforming visions and diverse voices. Malden, MA: Blackwell.

Chiricosta, Alessandra. 2010. Following the Trail of the Fairy-Bird: The Search for a Uniquely VietnameseWomen’s Movement. . In Women’s movements in Asia: Feminisms and transnational activism, ed. Roces and Edwards, 124-143. London: Routledge.

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— 1999. Profit over people: Neoliberalism and global order. New York: Seven Stories Press.

— 2006. Failed states: The abuse of power and the assault on democracy. New York: Metropolitan Books.

Chowdhury, Farah Deeba. 2009. Problems of Women’s Participation in Bangladesh Politics. The Round Table 98(404): 555-567.

Chung, Hwa Soo. 2004. Social Codes and Gender Roles: Schoolbooks in Korea and Mexico. In Promises of Empowerment: Women in Asia and Latin America, ed. Peter H. Smith, Jennifer L. Troutner, and Christine Hunefeldt, 204-224. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield.

Coale, Ansley J. 1991. Excess female mortality and the balance of the sexes in the population: An estimate of the number of “Missing Females”. Population and Development Review, 17 September.

Cooke, Fang Lee. 2006. Women’s Managerial Careers in China in a period of reform. In Women in Asian management, ed. Vimolwan Yukongdi, and John Benson, 11-24. London; New York: Routledge.

Corporate Women Directors International. 2010. CWDI 2010 Report: Women Board Directors of Fortune Global 200 Companies. Washinton: CWDI.

Crocker, Adriana. 2007. Gender Quota Laws in Latin America: Innovation, Diffusion, and the End of a Wave? Cena Internacional 9(2): 95–124.

Croll, Elisabeth J. 2000. Endangered daughters: Discrimination and development in Asia. New York: Routledge, 2000.

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Dahlerup, Drude D. 1988. From a Small to a Large Minority: Women in Scandinavian Politics. Scandinavian Political Studies 11 (4): 275–97.
– 2006. Women, Quotas, and Politics. New York: Routledge.
– 2007. Will the Gender Balance in politics come by itself. In Women and leadership: The state of play and strategies for change, ed. Kellerman and Rhode, 227-249. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass; Wiley.

Dahlerup, Drude D., and L. Freidenvall. 2005. Quotas as a “FastTrack” to Equal Political Representation for Women: Why Scandinavia is No Longer the Model International Feminist Journal of Politics 7 (1): 26–48.

Dales, Laura. 2009. Feminist movements in contemporary Japan. Abingdon; New York: Routledge.

Deloitte, and Forbes Insights. 2010. Paths to power: Advancing women in government. http://www.deloitte.com/pathstopower(accessed 15 January 2011).

Devasahayam, Theresa W. 2009. Women in Southeast Asia: Changes and Continuities. In Gender Trends in Southeast Asia: Women Now, Women in the Future, ed. Devasahayam, 1-11. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Devasahayam, Theresa W., and Brenda S. A. Yeoh, eds. 2007. Working and mothering in Asia: Images, ideologies and identities. Singapore: National University of Singapore Press; Copenhagen: Nordic Institute of Asian Studies.

Dube, Leela. 1997. Women and kinship: Comparative perspectives on gender in South and South-East Asia. New York: United Nations University Press.

Duerst-Lahti, Georgia, and Rita Mae Kelly, eds. 1996. Gender, Power, Leadership and Governance. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Duflo, Esther, and Petia Topalova. 2005. Unappreciated Service: Performance, Perceptions, and Women Leaders in India. Journal of the European Economic Association 3 (2-3): 668-678.

— 2005. Why Political Reservation? Journal of the European Economic Association 3 (2-3): 668-678.

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Eagly, Alice, H. 2005. Achieving relationship authenticity in leadership: Does gender matter? The Leadership Quarterly 16: 459-474.

Eagly, Alice H., and Linda L. Carli. 2003. The female leadership advantage: An evaluation of the evidence. The Leadership Quarterly 14: 807−834.
– 2007a. Overcoming resistance to women leaders: The importance of leadership style. In Women and leadership: The state of play and strategies for change, ed. Kellerman, and Rhode, 127-148. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass; Wiley.
– 2007b. Through the labyrinth: The truth about how women become leaders. Boston: Harvard Business School Press.

Eagly, Alice H., and Maureen Crowley. 1986. Gender and Helping Behavior: A Meta–Analytic Review of the Social Psychological Literature. Psychological Bulletin 100 (3): 283–308.

Eagly, Alice H., M. C. Johannesen-Schmidt, and M. L. van Engen. 2003. Transformational, transactional, and laissez-faire leadership styles: A meta-analysis comparing women and men. Psychological Bulletin 129 (4): 569–591.

Eagly, Alice H., and Blair T. Johnson. 1990. Gender and leadership style: A meta-analysis. Psychological Bulletin 108 (2): 233–256.

Eagly, Alice H., and Steven Karau. 1991. Gender and the Emergence of Leaders: A Meta-analysis. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 60 (5): 685–710.
– 2002. Role Congruity theory of prejudice toward female leaders. Psychological Review 109 (3): 573-598.

Eagly, Alice H., Steven Karau, and Mona G. Makhijani. 1995. Gender and the effectiveness of leaders: A meta- analysis. Psychological Bulletin 117 (1): 125–145.

Eagly, Alice H., Mona G. Makhijani, and B. G. Klonsky. 1992. Gender and the evaluation of leaders: A meta- analysis. Psychological Bulletin 111 (1): 3–22.

Eagly, Alice H., and Valerie J. Steffen. 1986. Gender and Aggressive Behavior: A Meta–Analytic Review of the Social Psychological Literature. Psychological Bulletin 100 (3): 309–30.

Eagly, Alice H., and Wendy Wood. 1991. Explaining Sex Differences in Social Behavior: A Meta–Analytic Perspective. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 17 (3): 306–15.

Edwards, Louise P. 2008. Gender, politics, and democracy: Women’s suffrage in China. Stanford,: Stanford University Press.
– 2010. Chinese Feminism in a Transnational Frame: Between Internationalism and Xenophobia. In Women’s movements in Asia: Feminisms and transnational activism, ed. Roces and Edwards, 53-74. London: Routledge.

Edwards, Louise P. and Mina Roces, eds. 2004. Women’s suffrage in Asia: Gender, nationalism and democracy. New York: Routledge.
– eds. 2009. Women in Asia: Critical concepts in Asian studies. Abingdon; New York: Routledge.

Egon Zehnder International. 2010. Global Board Index: European board diversity analysis 2010 – Is it getting easier to find women on European boards? Duesseldorf: Egon Zehnder International.

Ehrenreich, Barbara, and Arlie Russell Hochschild, eds. 2002. Global woman: Nannies, maids, and sex workers in the new economy. New York: Metropolitan Books.

Ehrich, Lisa C. 2008. Mentoring and women managers: another look at the field. Gender in Management: An International Journal 23 (7): 469-483.

Eiser, Barbara, and Page Morahan. 2006. Fixing the System: Breaking the Glass Ceiling in Health Care. Leadership in Action 26 (4): 8-13.

Elmhirst, Rebecca. 2002. Negotiating land and livelihood: agency and identities in Indonesia’s transmigration programme. In Gender politics in the Asia-Pacific region, ed. Yeoh, Teo, and Huang, 79-98. London: Routledge.

Embry, Andrew, Margaret Y. Padgett, and Craig B. Caldwell. 2008. Can leaders step outside of the gender box? An examination of leadership and gender role stereotypes. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies 15 (1): 30–45.

Enloe, Cynthia H. 1989. Bananas, beaches and bases: Making feminist sense of international politics. London: Pandora.

Eto, Mikiko. 2008. Community-Based Movements of Japanese Women: How Mothers Infiltrate the Political Sphere from Below. In Gender politics in Asia: Women manoeuvring within dominant gender orders, ed. Burghoorn, Iwanaga, Milwertz, and Wang, 43-68. Copenhagen: NIAS Press.

European Commission, Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities. 2010. More women in senior positions: Key to economic stability and growth. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.

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Ferree, Myra Marx, and Carol McClurg Mueller. 2004. Feminism and the Women’s Movement: A Global Perspective. In The Blackwell Companion to Social Movements, ed. David A. Snow, Sarah A. Soule, and Hanspeter Kriesi, 576-607. Malden, MA: Blackwell.

Fleschenberg, Andrea. 2008. Asia’s women politicians at the top: Roaring tigresses or tame kittens? In Women’s political participation and representation in Asia: Obstacles and challenges, ed. Kazuki Iwanaga. 30-61. Kopenhagen: NIAS Press.
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— 2010. Military Rule, Religious Fundamentalism, Women Empowerment and Feminism in Pakistan. In Women’s movements in Asia: Feminisms and transnational activism, ed. Roces and Edwards, 166-188. London: Routledge.

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Fokkema, D. 2003. Focus: China, tradition and modernity. European Review 11 (2): 163– 169.

Fox, Richard. 2007. The Future of Women’s Political Leadership: Gender and the Decision to run for Elected Office. In Women and leadership: The state of play and strategies for change, ed. Kellerman and Rhode, 251-261. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass; Wiley.

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Gallin, Rita S. 2002. The politics of resistance: Working-class women in rural Taiwan. In Gender politics in the Asia-Pacific region, ed. Yeoh, Teo, and Huang, 61-78. London: Routledge.

Gangoli, Geetanjali. 2007. Indian feminisms: Law, patriarchies and violence in India. Aldershot; Burlington, VT: Ashgate.

Gardner William L., Kevin B. Lowe, Todd W. Moss, Kevin T. Mahoney, Claudia C. Cogliser. 2010. Scholarly leadership of the study of leadership: A review of The Leadership Quarterly’s second decade, 2000–2009. The Leadership Quarterly 21: 922–958.

Gatrell, Caroline, and Elaine Swan. 2008. Gender and Diversity in Management: A Concise Introduction. London: Sage.

Gaynor, Cathy. 2010. ILO and UN inter-agency collaboration: Promoting gender equality in the world of work. Working paper 1-2010, ILO Bureau for Gender Equality. Geneva: ILO.

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Hasana, Zoya. 2010. Gender, Religion and Democratic Politics in India. Third World Quarterly 31(6): 939-954.

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Hewlett, Sylvia Ann, Ripa Rashid, Lauren Leader-Chivee with Catherine Fredman. 2010. The Battle for FemaleTalent in India. New York: Center for Work Life Policy.

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Hirao, Keiko. 2007. Contradictions in Maternal Roles in contemporary Japan. In Working and mothering in Asia:Images, ideologies and identities, ed. Theresa W. Devasahayam, and Brenda S. A. Yeoh, 51-83. Singapore: National University of Singapore Press; Copenhagen: Nordic Institute of Asian Studies.

Hopkins, Jeff. 2000. Signs of masculinism in an “uneasy” place: Advertising for ‘‘Big Brothers’’. Gender, Place and Culture 7 (1): 35–55.

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Hudson, Valerie M., Mary Caprioli, Bonnie Ballif-Spanvill, Rose McDermott, and Chad F. Emmett. 2008. The Heart of the Matter: The Security of Women and the Security of States. International Security 33 (3): 7-45.

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International Labour Organisation (ILO). 2004. Breaking thought the Glass Ceiling: Women in Management. Geneva: ILO.

— 2009. Global Employment Trends for Women. Geneva: ILO.

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— 2008. Women and Politics in Thailand: Continuity and Change. Copenhagen: NIAS Press.

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Jayawardena, Kumari. 1986. Feminism and nationalism in the Third World. London; Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Zed.

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Kang, Hye-Ryun, and Chris Rowley. 2006. Women in management in South Korea: Advancement or Retrenchment? In Women in Asian management, ed. Vimolwan Yukongdi, and John Benson, 73-91. London; New York: Routledge.

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