Quotation Schneidhofer, Thomas, Schiffinger, Michael, Mayrhofer, Wolfgang. 2010. Mind the (gender) gap. Gender, Gender Role Types, and Their Effects on Objective Career Success Over Time. Management Revue 21 (4): 437-457.


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Drawing on ideas by Pierre Bourdieu, this paper analyzes the effects of gender and gender role type (GRT) for objective career success (i.e., income) over time. Empirically, data from two cohorts of business school graduates were analyzed with mixed linear models. Gender and GRT, both perceived as career capital, progressively affect objective career success over time, with feminine GRT hampering objective career success for both sexes. Remaining results vary between the two cohorts: findings for the younger cohort deviate more strongly from the hypotheses derived. Keywords: Objective Career success; Longitudinal study; Bourdieu

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Status of publication Published
Affiliation WU
Type of publication Journal article
Journal Management Revue
Language English
Title Mind the (gender) gap. Gender, Gender Role Types, and Their Effects on Objective Career Success Over Time
Volume 21
Number 4
Year 2010
Page from 437
Page to 457
Reviewed? Y

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Schneidhofer, Thomas (Details)
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Mayrhofer, Wolfgang (Details)
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Interdisciplinary Institute for Management and Organizational Behavior IN (Details)
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