Title

Global careers for women managers, 1997

Collection Type

Dataset

Upload Date

2019

Faculty

Faculty of Business

School or Research Centre

School of Management

Publisher

The Australian National University

Dataset Identifier

Australian Data Archive: 00987

Description

In 1995 the authors were commissioned by the Australian Research Council to investigate the personal, organisational and cultural barriers to women managers' global placements. The research involved gathering baseline data on the number of men and women currently employed as expatriates in Australian private sector organisations, in respect of size of organisation, industry, occupational function, and country and length of placement. Organisational attitudes to international placements of women were sought, and organisational policies and practices commonly associated with the recruitment, selection and management development of expatriates were identified. In the survey expatriates were defined as someone employed by an organisation on an international appointment, in a country other than Australia, for six months or more. The survey of companies was designed to elicit details of the location, functional areas, and occupational levels of both male and female expatriates, together with their marital status and educational levels.

Additional Information

This dataset was originally published by The Australian National University. An additional 4 files are available by request at: http://dx.doi.org/10.26193/D0BAKD

DOI

10.26193/D0BAKD

Start of data collection time period

1-1-1996

End of data collection time period

1-6-1997

Language

Eng

File Format(s)

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