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2004Career progress and career barriers: Women MBA graduates in Canada and the UKSimpson, R; Sturges, J; Woods, A; Altman, Y
2004Dangerous work: The gendered nature of bullying in the context of higher educationSimpson, R; Cohen, C
2005An exploratory study of the internal career orientation and the external career pattern of information technology workers in NigeriaItuma, Afam Nnanna
2014Exploring identity processes in the work setting of a developing country through the lenses of social identity and post-colonialismKonya, Kaanakia Toge
2009Exploring the psychological contract of black British clerical workers in UK local authoritiesDadi, Vincent
2007Forms of capital and career benefits of the MBA in china and the UKItuma, AN; Simpson, R; Bo, X; Woods, A; Sturges, J
2005Gender, age and the MBA: An analysis of extrinsic and intrinsic career benefitsSimpson, R; Sturges, J; Woods, A; Altman, Y
2014Institutional and personal influences on career choice: a study on MBA students in Saudi ArabiaAlbugamy, Rajeh Tami
2005An investigation of silence and a scrutiny of transparency: Re-examining gender in organization literature through the concepts of voice and visibilitySimpson, R; Lewis, P
2013Is the boundaryless career applicable to all? An investigation of black knowledge intensive workers in the UKMansah-Owusu, Grace
2012Kanter revisited: Gender, power and (in)visibilityLewis, P; Simpson, R
2008The making and marking of men’s bodies in the context of nursing careSimpson, R
2009Managing difference in feminized work: Men, otherness and social practicePullen, A; Simpson, R
2015Masculinity and Class in the Context of Dirty WorkUygur, S; Simpson, R; Slutskaya, N; Hughes, J
2006Masculinity and management education: Feminising the MBASimpson, R
2004Masculinity at work: The experiences of men in female dominated occupationsSimpson, R
2006Men in non-traditional occupations: Career entry, career orientation and experience of role strainSimpson, R
2010A normal paranoia? The emergence of distrust between parents of autistic children and public officialsAyios, A; Simpson, R
2010The role of cultural values in understanding the challenges faced by female entrepreneurs in NigeriaMordi, C; Simpson, R; Singh, S; Okafor, C
2003The significance of seniority for women managers’ interpretations of organizational restructuringSimpson, R; Holley, D; Woods, A