Ozbilgin, Mustafa F.

Managing Gender Diversity in Asia : A Research Companion - Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing, 2010. - 1 online resource (294 p.) - eBooks on Demand .

Cover; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; 1 Introduction: theorising and managing gender diversity in the Asian context; 2 Diversity and inequality among women in employment in the Arab Middle East region: a new research agenda; 3 A comparative study of EEO in Pakistan, India and Bangladesh; 4 Employee involvement in Malaysia: gender differences and similarities; 5 Participation in the workplace in Bangladesh: gender integration issues for organizational leaders; 6 Gender differences in work experiences, satisfactions and well-being among manufacturing managers in Turkey 7 Japanese Equal Employment Opportunity Law: implications for diversity management in Japan8 Diversity management rhetoric versus reality: insights from the Lebanese context; 9 Reflections on difference: women, Islamic feminism and development in the Middle East; 10 Gender and equality of opportunity in China's labour market; 11 Managing diversity: women managers in Asia; 12 From gender empowerment to gender diversity: measuring the gender gap in Muslim majority countries; 13 Gender equity in a male-dominated industry: the case of the steel industry in Vietnam 14 State management of the sex industry in China's past and presentIndex

This timely Companion examines the unique codes and processes of managing gender diversity, equality and inclusion in Asia.

9781849807074 206.25 (NL),165 (TX),247.5 (UA)

Diversity in the workplace --Asia.
Sex discrimination in employment --Asia.
Women --Employment --Asia.

Electronic books.

HD6060.5.A78M36 2010