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  1. Introduction
  2. Management and Diversity
  3. Editorial: Equality, diversity and inclusion in accounting
  4. Four approaches to accounting for diversity in global organisations
  5. Global Diversity Management
  6. Gender as Symbolic Capital and Violence
  7. Pierre Bourdieu, Organization, and Management
  8. Understanding the Changing Nature of the Relationship between the State and Business Elites
  9. Gender Diversity and Board Performance: Women's Experiences and Perspectives
  10. Equal Opportunity
  11. Diagnostic Equality and Diversity Checks
  12. Discourses of Diversity Management: Telling the Story of Diversity Management
  13. Diversity Management at the National Level
  14. Global Diversity Management
  15. Individual Effects: The Agency of the Diversity Manager
  16. Individual Effects: The Case of a Global Automobile Manufacturing Company
  17. Introduction
  18. The Case of Private Sector Recruitment Agencies
  19. The Case of Work Placements in the Creative and Cultural Industries
  20. The Challenges Facing Global Diversity Management
  21. The Organizational Level: The Case of a Global Automobile Manufacturing Company
  22. Theory of Global Diversity Management
  23. Questioning the Legitimacy of Social Enterprises through Gramscian and Bourdieusian Perspectives: The Case of British Social Enterprises
  24. A Bourdieuan Relational Perspective for Entrepreneurship Research
  25. Between a rock and a hard place: corporate elites in the context of religion and secularism in Turkey
  26. Questioning impact: interconnection between extra-organizational resources and agency of equality and diversity officers
  27. Sexual Orientation at Work
  28. Tackling Whiteness in organizations and management
  29. Promoting Diversity in Management Scholarship: Opening the Doors for Multiple Languages, and Interdisciplinary Dialogue and Developing Our Communities
  30. Models of Global Diversity Management
  31. Diversity Ideologies in Organizations
  32. Change agency as performance and embeddedness: Exploring the possibilities and limits of Butler and Bourdieu
  33. Corporate Social Responsibility and Human Resource Management
  34. Introducing Recovery and Organization
  35. An unrequited affinity between talent shortages and untapped female potential: The relevance of gender quotas for talent management in high growth potential economies of the Asia Pacific region
  36. Open Access - the Wrong Response to a Complex Question: The Case of the Finch Report
  37. Understanding career experiences of skilled minority ethnic workers in France and Germany
  38. Frayed Careers of Migrant Female Professors in British Academia: An Intersectional Perspective
  39. Careers of skilled migrants
  40. The tragedy of the uncommons: Reframing workforce diversity
  41. Global Diversity Management
  42. The paradox of diversity in leadership and leadership for diversity
  43. Surprising intersectionalities of inequality and privilege: the case of the arts and cultural sector
  44. Careers of skilled migrants: towards a theoretical and methodological expansion
  45. Global Elites
  46. New Turkish Business Elites: Resources, Networks, Boundaries and Mobility
  47. A Multi-level Understanding of the Careers of Minority Ethnic Elites
  48. An Emic Approach to Intersectional Study of Diversity at Work: A Bourdieuan Framing
  49. Recognising the Service of Our Referees
  50. Questioning quotas: applying a relational framework for diversity management practices in the United Arab Emirates
  51. Mapping out the field of equality and diversity: Rise of individualism and voluntarism
  52. Gendered forms of othering in UK hospital medicine
  53. Gavin Jack and Robert Westwood
  54. Cross-cultural perspectives of diversity within family businesses
  55. Expanding the boundaries of work—family research: A review and agenda for future research
  56. Women in Turkish family businesses: Drivers, contributions and challenges
  57. Understanding the interplay of time, gender and professionalism in hospital medicine in the UK
  58. Continuity and Change: Improving our Service to the BJM Community and Moving Towards Contextual Studies of Management
  59. Voice, silence, and diversity in 21st century organizations: Strategies for inclusion of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender employees
  60. Work–Life, Diversity and Intersectionality: A Critical Review and Research Agenda
  61. Diversity management for innovation in social enterprises in the UK
  62. Understanding self-initiated expatriates: Career experiences of Lebanese self-initiated expatriates in France
  63. Scholarship of Consequence: New Directions for theBritish Journal of Management
  64. Competing rationalities in the diversity project of the UK judiciary: The politics of assessment centres
  65. International Transfer of Policies and Practices of Gender Equality in Employment to and among Muslim Majority Countries
  66. Managing Gender Diversity in Asia
  67. Managing Cultural Diversity in Asia
  68. Handbook of Research on High-Technology Entrepreneurs
  69. A relational framework for international transfer of diversity management practices
  70. Understanding diversity managersõ role in organizational change: Towards a conceptual framework
  71. Rescuing gender equality from the false dichotomies of secularism versus shariah in Muslim majority countries
  72. Thank You Reviewers!
  73. Revisiting the social construction of family in the context of work
  74. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at Work
  75. Choosing a career in management: an interdisciplinary multicultural perspective
  76. Strategies for combating gendered perceptions of careers
  77. Global Diversity Management
  78. Introduction
  79. Global diversity management: towards a conceptual framework
  80. Gender and Jobs: Sex Segregation of Occupations in the World ? By Richard Anker
  81. Editorial
  82. Against the Tide: Gendered Prejudice and Disadvantage in Engineering
  83. Editorial
  84. Career Choice in Management and Entrepreneurship
  85. Book Review: The Other Women’s Movement
  86. Editorial
  87. Equal Opportunities International - setting out the research agenda
  88. Book Review: Diversity in the Workforce
  89. Re-Organizing Work Roles in Health Care: Evidence from the Implementation of Functional Flexibility
  90. Editorial
  91. Editorial
  92. Relational Perspectives in Organizational Studies
  93. Women and Men at Work
  94. Explaining influences on career ‘choice’: the case of MBA students in comparative perspective
  95. Aspects of International Human Resource Management
  96. Introducing International Human Resource Management
  97. Challenges Facing International Human Resource Management
  98. International Human Resource Management
  99. 'Global' Diversity Management: The Case of Automobile Manufacturing Companies in Japan
  100. 'Belonging' and 'Otherness': Sex Equality in Banking in Turkey and Britain
  101. Mind Your Own Business
  102. Mind Your Own BusinessMind Your Own Business, by Harman Sidney. New York: Random House, 2003.
  103. Film marketing in Europe: bridging the gap between policy and practice
  104. Arts Marketing
  105. “International” human resource management
  106. The gendered nature of career development of university professors: the case of Turkey
  107. Individuals, organizations and careers: a relational perspective
  108. Understanding Career Choice for MBA Students: Capital, Choice, and Constraint
  109. “Don’t mention the war” – Middle Eastern careers in context
  110. Same bed, different dreams: career development in the Middle East
  112. Is the practice of equal opportunities management keeping pace with theory? Management of sex equality in the financial services sector in Britain and Turkey
  113. The way forward for equal opportunities by sex in employment in Turkey and Britain
  114. Sex equality in the financial services sector in Turkey and the UK
  115. Agency in Management of Change: Bringing in Relationality, Situatedness and Foresight
  116. Introduction
  117. Multi-level approaches to entrepreneurship and small business research - transcending dichotomies with Bourdieu
  118. Corporate social responsibility and human resource management: a diversity perspective
  119. Employee voice in the SME context
  120. Reciprocity as a way forward for diversity management and CSR research
  121. International Diversity Management
  122. Global Diversity Management Programs and Strategies at CEVA Logistics
  123. Diversity in the Context of Lifelong Learning
  124. Global Diversity Management
  125. The Rise of Cartesian Dualism and Marketization in Academia
  126. A Multi-level Understanding of the Careers of Minority Ethnic Elites
  127. Career Constraints in the Creative and Cultural Industries in London: The Case of Work Placement and Training Experience
  128. Conclusions
  129. Equality, diversity and inclusion atwork: yesterday, today and tomorrow
  130. High-technology Entrepreneurs: Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
  131. Introduction
  132. Introduction
  133. Introduction: Diversity Management Travels to Underexplored Territories
  134. Introduction: Theorising and Managing Gender Diversity in the Asian Context
  135. Leadership in Turkey: Toward an Evidence Based and Contextual Approach
  136. Managing Gender Diversity in Pakistan and Turkey: A Historical Review
  137. Relational Methods in Organization Studies: A Review of the Field
  138. Turkey
  139. Women in Information Communication Technologies