Advances in Gender and Cultural Research in Business and Economics
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This volume presents current research on gender and culture from business, management and accounting perspectives with a multidisciplinary approach. Featuring selected contributions presented at the 4th IPAZIA Workshop on Gender Studies held at Niccolò Cusano University in Rome, Italy, this book investigates gender strategies adopted and tested by various companies and assesses the impact of their subsequent dissemination. The contents are structured into four sections each of which addressing a specific theme on gender studies as follows: I) Women in Academia and in the University contexts: A…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This volume presents current research on gender and culture from business, management and accounting perspectives with a multidisciplinary approach. Featuring selected contributions presented at the 4th IPAZIA Workshop on Gender Studies held at Niccolò Cusano University in Rome, Italy, this book investigates gender strategies adopted and tested by various companies and assesses the impact of their subsequent dissemination. The contents are structured into four sections each of which addressing a specific theme on gender studies as follows: I) Women in Academia and in the University contexts: A trans-disciplinary approach; II) Gender issues, Corporate Social Responsibility and reporting; III) Woman in business and female entrepreneurship; IV) Women in Family Business. The result is a book that provides an innovative and rigorous analysis of gender issues proposing new challenges and insights in gender studies. IPAZIA Scientific Observatory for Gender Studies defines an updated framework of research, services, and projects, all initiatives related to women and gender relations at the local, national and international. In order to achieve this objective, the Observatory aims to implement the literature on gender studies, to organize and promote scientific significant initiatives (workshops, seminars, conferences, studies, scientific laboratory) on these issues at the national and international level under an interdisciplinary perspective.
  • Produktdetails
  • Springer Proceedings in Business and Economics
  • Verlag: Springer, Berlin; Springer International Publishing
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 978-3-030-00334-0
  • 1st ed. 2019
  • Erscheinungstermin: Oktober 2018
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 241mm x 159mm x 27mm
  • Gewicht: 654g
  • ISBN-13: 9783030003340
  • ISBN-10: 3030003345
  • Artikelnr.: 53497732
Autorenporträt
Paola Paoloni is Full Professor at the Niccolò Cusano University Faculty of Economy in Rome (Italy), where she teaches Business Administration and Economics of Public Corporations. Her research and publication interests include general management, financial reporting, female entrepreneurship and intellectual-based management. She is the Head of the "Ipazia" Scientific Observatory of Gender Studies. She is author and co-author of several articles and books and she attends as a speaker at many international conferences including the EIASM Workshop on Intangibles, Intellectual Capital and Extra-financial Information; International Academy of Management and Business (IAMB); International Conference on Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Management & Organisational Learning (ICCKM); and the Forum on Knowledge Asset Dynamics (IFKAD). She is a member of Societa Italiana Di Ragioneria E Di Economia Aziendale (SIDREA); New Club Paris (NCP); Accademia Italiana di Economia Aziendale (AIDEA). She is an editorial board member on academic journals such as, Open Innovation: Technology, Market, and Complexity and China-USA Business Review Journal. She is Vice-President of the Society of Open Innovation: Technology, Market, and Complexity (SOItmC) and Scientific Director of the Observatory on Gender "Hypatia." She received the "Outstanding Paper Award 2014" with the paper, "Implementing an IC framework in practice" (Paoloni and Demartini, Journal of Intellectual Capital, 2012). Rosa Lombardi is Assistant Professor of Accounting at Sapienza University of Rome (Italy). She is eligible as Associate Professor under the Italian National Qualification. She had her Ph.D. in Business Administration at the University of Cassino and Southern Lazio (Italy). She serves as Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Digital Culture and Electronic Tourism (Inderscience); as Associate Editor, Editorial Board Member, Guest Editor, and reviewer of several international peer-reviewed academic journals published by Palgrave MacMillan, Springer, Emerald, and Inderscience publishers. Her research interests cover intellectual capital, intellectual capital reporting, corporate governance, corporate disclosure, management control systems, evaluation of firms and business networks, decision making and the professional football industry. She is a member of the Società Italiana di Storia della Ragioneria (SISR), the Società Italiana di Ragioneria e di Economia Aziendale (SIDREA), the Accademia Italiana di Economia Aziendale (AIDEA), and the Laboratory of Intellectual Capital (LInC). She is board member of SIDREA Società Italiana di Ragioneria e di Economia Aziendale and in Italy.She is also winner of the 2015 EMERALD/EMRBI Business Research Award for Emerging Researchers and Best Paper Award SOItmC&RTU 2017 by SOItmC & Riga Technical University Conference".
Inhaltsangabe
Part I: Women in Academia and in the University Contexts: A Trans-disciplinary Approach.- Vincenti, G: The Exiled Queen Maria Casimira Sobieska in Rome: Gender, Culture and Politics.- Berardi, S: Emilia Morelli: A Historian in Italian Academics During the Second Post World War Period.- Del Baldo, M: Women and Editorial Leadership of Scientific and Academic Journals: An Explorative Study.- Ruzzeddu, M: Women and Science: Models of Participation.- Baldarelli, M. G., Cosentino, A., Del Baldo, M. and Magistro, A: Toward the Theory of Enterprise: Dialogue between Business and Economics Women Scholars.- Chiucchi, M. S., Giuliani, M. and Poli , S: Gender Differences in Intellectual Capital Research: An Exploratory Study.- Part II: Gender Issues, Corporate Social Responsibility and Reporting.- Drago, C. and Gatto, A: A Robust Approach to Composite Indicators Exploiting Interval Data: The Interval-valued Global Gender Gap Index (IGGGI).- Drago, S. and Aliberti, L. A: Interlocking Directorship Networks and Gender: A Bibliometric Analysis.- Gennari, F: European Women on Boards and Corporate Sustainability.- Coluccia, D., Fontana, S. and Solimene, S: The Presence of Female Directors on Boards. An Empirical Investigation about its Effects on CSR.- Part III: Woman in Business and Female Entrepreneurship.- Saggese, S. and Sarto, F: The Role of Women on Board for Innovation: Lessons from the High-tech Companies.- Paoloni, P., Secundo, G., Ndou, V. and Modaffari, G: Women Entrepreneurship and Digital Technologies: Towards a Research Agenda.- Paoloni, P. and Drago, C: Analysing the Diffusion of the Ideas and Knowledge on Economic Open Problems on Female Entrepreneur in US over time: The Case of Wikipedia (Year 2015-2017).- Paoloni, P., Lombardi, R. and Niccolò , P: Women Enterprises, Relational Capital and Corporate Strategy: A Multiple Case Study.- Demartini, P. and Marchegiani, L: Born to be Alive? Female Entrepreneurship and Innovative Start-ups.- Paoloni, P. and Valeri, M: Female Entrepreneurship and Management in the Immigrant Reception Sector in Italy.- Paoloni, P. and Serafini, G: A Fourfold Classification of Female Entrepreneurship Concept.- Bartholini , I: Gender and Work-life Balance: Gender and A Contest Analysis on Nursery Schools in Palermo.- Trequattrini, R., Manfredi, S., Lardo, A. and Cuozzo, B: Social Media as a New Opportunity for Female Entrepreneurs: An Analysis of Fashion Industry.- Part IV: Women in Family Business.- Napolitano, M .A: Susanna Agnelli. Between Family Business and Politics.- Cesaroni, F. M., Sentuti, A. and Chamochumbi, D: Which Drivers Affect the Presence of Women Directors on Corporate Boards? Evidence from Italian Medium-sized Family Firms.