Gender Stereotyping and Glass Ceiling in Bangladesh – Causes and Consequences: (Developmental paper)

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Abstract

Gender issues have become a significant topic of discussion in recent years as numerous sessions are being held worldwide talking about women progression in all areas of life. Recognising gender and cultural differences are fundamental to business success when considered in the context of emerging global economy. Women contribute immensely in sustainable development, building stronger economies and improve the quality of lives of communities. The importance of women’s contribution in enforcing sustainable development was recognised when a lack of corporate responsibility among financial institutions in the United States and banks worldwide brought economic collapse. Promoting gender equality and empowering women is a critical objective for both emerging and developed countries, besides, is the focus of the third United Nations Millennium Development Goals. Despite these advances, considerable differences in the gender composition of senior management positions still exist and the purpose of this research is to explore gender stereotyping in the organisations in Bangladesh.
Original languageEnglish
Pages1-32
Number of pages32
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2015
EventBritish Academy of Management Conference 2015: The value of pluralism in advancing management research, education and practice - University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, United Kingdom
Duration: 8 Sep 201510 Sep 2015
Conference number: 29
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ConferenceBritish Academy of Management Conference 2015
Abbreviated titleBAM2015 Conference
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityPortsmouth
Period8/09/1510/09/15
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Glass ceiling
Bangladesh
Stereotyping
Sustainable development
Progression
Global economy
Millennium Development Goals
Business success
Gender differences
Developed countries
Financial institutions
Gender issues
United Nations
Corporate responsibility
Economics
Cultural differences
Gender equality
Emerging countries
Quality of life
Senior management

Keywords

  • Stereotyping
  • Gender Stereotyping
  • Glass Ceiling
  • Causes
  • Consequences
  • Bangladesh

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Tabassum, N. (2015). Gender Stereotyping and Glass Ceiling in Bangladesh – Causes and Consequences: (Developmental paper). 1-32. Paper presented at British Academy of Management Conference 2015, Portsmouth, United Kingdom.

Gender Stereotyping and Glass Ceiling in Bangladesh – Causes and Consequences : (Developmental paper). / Tabassum, Naznin.

2015. 1-32 Paper presented at British Academy of Management Conference 2015, Portsmouth, United Kingdom.

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Tabassum, N 2015, 'Gender Stereotyping and Glass Ceiling in Bangladesh – Causes and Consequences: (Developmental paper)' Paper presented at British Academy of Management Conference 2015, Portsmouth, United Kingdom, 8/09/15 - 10/09/15, pp. 1-32.
Tabassum N. Gender Stereotyping and Glass Ceiling in Bangladesh – Causes and Consequences: (Developmental paper). 2015. Paper presented at British Academy of Management Conference 2015, Portsmouth, United Kingdom.
Tabassum, Naznin. / Gender Stereotyping and Glass Ceiling in Bangladesh – Causes and Consequences : (Developmental paper). Paper presented at British Academy of Management Conference 2015, Portsmouth, United Kingdom.32 p.
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