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Gender and Feminist Issues Bibliography

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Abbott, L. J., S. Parker and T. J. Presley. 2012. Female board presence and the likelihood of financial restatement. Accounting Horizons (December): 607-629.

Acker, J. and D. R. Van Houten. 1974. Differential recruitment and control: The sex structuring of organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 19(2): 152-163. (JSTOR link).

Adam, A. 1998. Artificial Knowing: Gender and the Thinking Machine. Routledge.

Adams, C. A. and G. Harte. 1998. The changing portrayal of the employment of women in British banks' and retail companies' corporate reports. Accounting, Organizations and Society 23(8): 781-812.

Adams, J., R. W. Rice and D. Instone. 1984. Follower attitudes toward women and judgments concerning performance by female and male leaders. The Academy of Management Journal 27(3): 636-643. (JSTOR link).

Adams, K. 2015. Even women think men are more creative. Harvard Business Review (December): 30-31.

Adams, R. B. and P. Funk. 2012. Beyond the glass ceiling: Does gender matter? Management Science (February): 219-235.

Almer, E. D. 2007. AICPA work/life and women's initiatives 2004 research a decade of changes in the accounting profession: Workforce trends and human capital practices. Executive summary. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 59-66.

Almer, E. D. and L. E. Single. 2007. Shedding light on the AICPA work/life and women's initiatives research: What does it mean to educators and students? Issues In Accounting Education (February): 67-77.

Almer, E. D., J. R. Hopper and S. E. Kaplan. 1998. The effect of diversity-related attributes on hiring, advancement and voluntary turnover judgments. Accounting Horizons (March): 1-17.

Alvesson, M. and Y. D. Billing. 2009. Understanding Gender and Organizations. Sage Publications.

Anders, S. B. 2015. American Woman's Society of CPAs and Accounting & Financial Women's Alliance. The CPA Journal (August): 80-81.

Anderson, J. C., E. N. Johnson and P. M. J. Reckers. 1994. Perceived effects of gender, family structure, and physical appearance on career progression in public accounting. Accounting, Organizations and Society 19(6): 483-491.

Anderson-Gough, F., C. Grey and K. Robson. 2005. “Helping them to forget..”: The organizational embedding of gender relations in public audit firms. Accounting, Organizations, and Society 30(5): 469-490.

Apesteguia, J., G. Azmat and N. Iriberri. 2012. The impact of gender composition on team performance and decision making: Evidence from the field. Management Science (January): 78-93.

Appold, S. J., S. Siengthai and J. D. Kasarda. 1998. The employment of women managers and professionals in an emerging economy: Gender inequality as an organizational practice. Administrative Science Quarterly 43(3): 538-565. (JSTOR link).

Ashcraft, K. L. 1999. Managing maternity leave: A qualitative analysis of temporary executive succession. Administrative Science Quarterly 44(2): 240-280. (JSTOR link).

Ashcraft, K. L. 2001. Organized dissonance: Feminist bureaucracy as hybrid form. The Academy of Management Journal 44(6): 1301-1322. (JSTOR link).

Ashford, S. J., N. P. Rothbard, S. K. Piderit and J. E. Dutton. 1998. Out on a limb: The role of context and impression management in selling gender-equity issues. Administrative Science Quarterly 43(1): 23-57. (JSTOR link).

Bamberger, P., M. Admati-Dvir and G. Harel. 1995. Gender-based wage and promotion discrimination in Israeli high-technology firms: Do unions make a difference? The Academy of Management Journal 38(6): 1744-1761. (JSTOR link).

Barker, P. C. and K. Monks. 1998. Irish women accountants and career progression: A research note. Accounting, Organizations and Society 23(8): 813-823.

Barnum, P., R. C. Liden and N. Ditomaso. 1995. Double jeopardy for women and minorities: Pay differences with age. The Academy of Management Journal 38(3): 863-880. (JSTOR link).

Bartol, K. M. 1974. Male versus female leaders: The effect of leader need for dominance on follower satisfaction. The Academy of Management Journal 17(2): 225-233. (JSTOR link).

Bartol, K. M. 1976. Expectancy theory as a predictor of female occupational choice and attitude toward business. The Academy of Management Journal 19(4): 669-675. (JSTOR link).

Barua, A., L. F. Davidson, D. V. Rama and S. Thiruvadi. 2010. CFO gender and accruals quality. Accounting Horizons (March): 25-39.

Beard, A. 2014. Women too respond to sexual cues by taking more risks. Harvard Business Review (April): 30-31.

Bebbington, J., I. Thomson and D. Wall. 1997. Accounting students and constructed gender: An exploration of gender in the context of accounting degree choices at two Scottish universities. Journal of Accounting Education 15(2): 241-267.

Belenky, M., B. Clinchy, N. Goldberger and J. Tarule. 1996. Women's Ways of Knowing: The Development of Self, Voice, and Mind. Harper Collins.

Bell, K. S., R. F. Randall and K. Williams. 1995. Women in management accounting: Determined to succeed. Management Accounting (November): 20-22, 24, 26, 28.

Bemmels, B. 1988. Gender effects in discipline arbitration: Evidence from British Columbia. The Academy of Management Journal 31(3): 699-706. (JSTOR link).

Benko, C. and B. Pelster. 2013. How women decide. Harvard Business Review (September): 78-84.

Benschop, Y. and H. E. Meihuizen. 2002. Keeping up gendered appearances: Representations of gender in financial annual reports. Accounting, Organizations and Society 27(7): 611-636.

Bernstein, A. 2015. Why are we so hard on female CEOs? Harvard Business Review (May): 118-119.

Bidgood, V. H. and D. E. Baldwin. 1992. Opportunities for female accountants. Management Accounting (March): 48-51.

Bigoness, W. J. and P. B. DuBose. 1985. Effects of gender on arbitrators' decisions. The Academy of Management Journal 28(2): 485-491. (JSTOR link).

Bilimoria, D. and S. K. Piderit. 1994. Board committee membership: Effects of sex-based bias. The Academy of Management Journal 37(6): 1453-1477. (JSTOR link).

Blum, T. C., D. L. Fields and J. S. Goodman. 1994. Organization-level determinants of women in management. The Academy of Management Journal 37(2): 241-268. (JSTOR link).

Bobek, D. D., A. M. Hageman an R. R. Radtke. 2015. The effects of professional role, decision context, and gender on the ethical decision making of public accounting professionals. Behavioral Research In Accounting 27(1): 55-78.

Brass, D. J. 1985. Men's and women's networks: A study of interaction patterns and influence in an organization. The Academy of Management Journal 28(2): 327-343. (JSTOR link).

Brazelton, J. K. 1998. Implications for women in accounting: Some preliminary evidence regarding gender communication. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 509-530.

Brenner, O. C., J. Tomkiewicz and V. Ellen Schein. 1989. The relationship between sex role stereotypes and requisite management characteristics revisited. The Academy of Management Journal 32(3): 662-669. (JSTOR link).

Bruning, N. S. and R. A. Snyder. 1983. Sex and position as predictors of organizational commitment. The Academy of Management Journal 26(3): 485-491. (JSTOR link).

Buckless, F. A., M. G. Lipe and S. P. Ravenscroft. 1991. Do gender effects on accounting course performance persist after controlling for general academic aptitude? Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 248-261.

Burke, R. J. and D. L. Nelson. Editors. 2002. Advancing Women's Careers: Research and Practice. Blackwell Publishers.

Burrell, G. 1987. No accounting for sexuality. Accounting, Organizations and Society 12(1): 89-101.

Burton, F. G. 2012. Discussion of A cross-cultural study of the influence of country of origin, justice, power distance, and gender on ethical decision making. Journal of International Accounting Research 11(1): 35-44.

Carleton, B. N. 1973. The status of women in accounting. Management Accounting (September): 59-62.

Carmona, S. and M. Ezzamel. 2016. Accounting and lived experience in the gendered workplace. Accounting, Organizations and Society (49): 1-8.

Carpenter, V. L., S. Friar and M. G. Lipe. 1993. Evidence on the performance of accounting students: Race, gender, and expectations. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 1-17.

Carter, N. M. and C. Silva. 2010. Women in management: Delusions of progress. Harvard Business Review (March): 19-21.

Chapman, J. B. 1975. Comparison of male and female leadership styles. The Academy of Management Journal 18(3): 645-650. (JSTOR link).

Chung, J. and G. S. Monroe. 2001. A research note on the effects of gender and task complexity on an audit judgment. Behavioral Research In Accounting (13): 111-126.

Cohen, J. R., L. W. Pant and D. J. Sharp. 1998. The effect of gender and academic discipline diversity on the ethical evaluations, ethical intentions and ethical orientation of potential public accounting recruits. Accounting Horizons (September): 250-270.

Collins, A. B., B. K. Parrish and D. L. Collins. 1998. Gender and the tenure track: Some survey evidence. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 277-299.

Collins, D. L., A. Reitenga, A. B. Collins and S. Lane. 2000. "Glass walls" in academic accounting? The role of gender in initial employment position. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 371-391.

Collins, K. M. 1993. Stress and departures from the public accounting profession: A study of gender differences. Accounting Horizons (March): 29-38.

Colvin, G. 2015. Humans are underrated. Fortune (August): 100-113. (Summary).

Colvin, G. 2015. Humans Are Underrated: What High Achievers Know that Brilliant Machines Never Will. Portfolio/Penguin. (Contents).

Crino, M. D., M. C. White and G. L. DeSanctis. 1981. A comment on the dimensionality and reliability of the women as managers scale (WAMS). The Academy of Management Journal 24(4): 866-876. (JSTOR link).

Crino, M. D., M. C. White and S. W. Looney. 1985. In the eye of the beholder: A reply to Ilgen and Moore. The Academy of Management Journal 28(4): 950-954. (JSTOR link).

Crompton, R. 1987. Gender and accountancy: A response to Tinker and Neimark. Accounting, Organizations and Society 12(1): 103-110.

Cunningham, C. R. and S. S. Murray. 2005. Two executives, one career. Harvard Business Review (February): 125-131.

Curtis, M. B., T. L. Conover and L. C. Chui. 2012. A cross-cultural study of the influence of country of origin, justice, power distance, and gender on ethical decision making. Journal of International Accounting Research 11(1): 5-34.

Czaniawska, B. 2008. Accounting and gender across times and places: An excursion into fiction. Accounting, Organizations and Society 33(1): 33-47.

Dalton, D. W., J. R. Cohen, N. L. Harp and J. J. McMillan. 2014. Antecedents and consequences of perceived gender discrimination in the audit profession. Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory 33(3): 1-32.

Darrah, F. J. 1975. Intangible feminine assets. Management Accounting (September): 25-28.

Davis, K., M. S. Evans and J. Lorber. 2006. Handbook of Gender and Women's Studies. Sage Publications.

Delatt, J. 2007. Gender in the Workplace: A Case Study Approach, 2nd edition. Sage Publications.

Dobbins, G. H. 1985. Effects of gender on leaders' responses to poor performers: An attributional interpretation. The Academy of Management Journal 28(3): 587-598. (JSTOR link).

Dreher, G. F. and T. H. Cox, Jr. 2000. Labor market mobility and cash compensation: The moderating effects of race and gender. The Academy of Management Journal 43(5): 890-900. (JSTOR link).

Dubno, P. 1985. Attitudes toward women executives: A longitudinal approach. The Academy of Management Journal 28(1): 235-239. (JSTOR link).

Dwyer, P. D. 1994. Gender differences in the scholarly activities of accounting academics: An empirical investigation. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 231-246.

Eagly, A. H. and L. L. Carli. 2007. Women and the labyrinth of leadership. Harvard Business Review (September): 62-71.

Edmondson, E. L. J. and S. M. Bell. 2001. Our Separate Ways: Black and White Women and the Struggle for Professional Identity. Harvard Business School Press.

El-Ramly, Y. 2013. Women's initiatives: A strategic advantage. Journal of Accountancy (September): 34-36, 38.

Elliott, S. 2015. Starting a women's initiative. Journal of Accountancy (December): 22.

Ely, R., M. Scully and E. Foldy. Editors. 2003. Reader in Gender, Work and Organization. Blackwell Publishers.

Ely, R. J. 1994. The effects of organizational demographics and social identity on relationships among professional women. Administrative Science Quarterly 39(2): 203-238. (JSTOR link).

Ely, R. J. 1995. The power in demography: Women's social constructions of gender identity at work. The Academy of Management Journal 38(3): 589-634. (JSTOR link).

Ely, R. J., P. Stone and C. Ammerman. 2014. Rethink what you "know" about high-achieving women. Harvard Business Review (December): 100-109.

Engelbert, C. 2015. Cathy Engelbert, CPA, CEO of Deloitte LLP: First woman to lead a big four firm in the U.S. discusses the path she took. Journal of Accountancy (April/May): 22.

Esarey, S., A. Haslberger, M. McGrath, R. Matthias, R. J. Maricich and E. Sevin. 2007. Off-ramp-or dead end? Harvard Business Review (February): 57-69. (Job of marketing manager conflict with job of mom).

Fels, A. 2004. Do women lack ambition? Harvard Business Review (April): 50-54, 56, 58-60.

Fernandez-Mateo, I. and Z. King. 2011. Anticipatory sorting and gender segregation in temporary employment. Management Science (June): 989-1008.

Flesher, D. L., G. J. Previts and A. D. Sharp. 2008. The right to practice without the right to vote: Reflections on the legacy of the first women CPAs. The CPA Journal (July): 6-8. (Christine Ross became the first CPA in the U.S., December 27, 1899 from New York. New York was the first state to pass a CPA licensing law April 17, 1896).

Fogarty, T. J. and P. M. Goldwater. 2010. Beyond just desserts: The gendered nature of the connection between effort and achievement for accounting students. Journal of Accounting Education 28(1): 1-12.

Follett, M. P. 1937. The process of control. In L. Gulick & L. Urwick (eds.), Papers on the science of administration. Institute of Public Administration: 161-169.

Follett, M. P. 1941. The meaning of responsibility in business management. In H. C. Metcalf & L. Urwick (eds.), Dynamic administration: The collective papers of Mary Parker Follett. London: Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons Ltd., 146-166.

Follett, M. P. 1973. The psychology of control. In E. M. Fox & L. Urwick (eds.), Dynamic administration: The collected papers of Mary Parker Follett, 2nd edition. London: Pitman: 148-174.

Fottler, M. D. and T. Bain. 1980. Sex differences in occupational aspirations. The Academy of Management Journal 23(1): 144-149. (JSTOR link).

Francis, B., I. Hasan, J. C. Park and Q. Wu. 2015. Gender differences in financial reporting decision making: Evidence from accounting conservatism. Contemporary Accounting Research 32(3): 1285-1318.

Freedman, E. B. 2002. No Turning Back: The History of Feminism and the Future of Women. Ballantine Books.

French, M. 1985. Beyond Power: On Women Men and Morals. Summit Books.

Frye, M. A. 1947. Women's accounting societies. The Accounting Review (July): 304-306. (JSTOR link).

Gardner, J. K. 2002. Masculinity Studies and Feminist Theory. Columbia University Press.

Gatrell, C. and E. Swan. 2008. Gender and Diversity in Management: A Concise Introduction. Sage Publications.

Gerzema, J. and M. D'Antonio. 2013. The Athena Doctrine: How Women (and the Men Who Think Like Them) Will Rule the Future. Jossey-Bass.

Giacomino, D. E. and M. D. Akers. 1998. An examination of the differences between personal values and value types of female and male accounting and nonaccounting majors. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 565-584.

Giles, W. F. and H. S. Feild. 1982. Accuracy of interviewers' perceptions of the importance of intrinsic and extrinsic job characteristics to male and female applicants. The Academy of Management Journal 25(1): 148-157. (JSTOR link).

Gold, A., J. E. Hunton and M. I. Gomaa. 2009. The impact of client and auditor gender on auditors' judgments. Accounting Horizons (March): 1-18. (Retracted).

Gold, A., J. E. Hunton and M. I. Gomaa. 2015. Retraction: The impact of client and auditor gender on auditors' judgments. Accounting Horizons (September): 743.

Gomez-Mejia, L. R. 1983. Sex differences during occupational socialization. The Academy of Management Journal 26(3): 492-499. (JSTOR link).

Grams, R. and D. P. Schwab. 1985. An investigation of systematic gender-related error in job evaluation. The Academy of Management Journal 28(2): 279-290. (JSTOR link).

Green, S. 2011. The would-be pioneer. Harvard Business Review (April): 124-126.

Groysberg, B. 2008. How star women build portable skills. Harvard Business Review (February): 74-81.

Groysberg, B., D. Bell, I. S. Gordon and S. Decker. 2014. Should a female director "tone it down". Harvard Business Review (October): 113-117.

Guerra, B. B. and M. J. Huset. 2009. AWSCPA History: 75 Years 1933-2008. American Woman's Society of Certified Public Accountants.

Gul, F. A., B. Srinidhi and A. C. Ng. 2011. Does board gender diversity improve the informativeness of stock prices? Journal of Accounting and Economics (April): 314-338.

Gul, F. A., M. Hutchinson and K. M. Lai. 2013. Gender-diverse boards and properties of analyst earnings forecasts. Accounting Horizons (September): 511-538.

Haberfeld, Y. 1992. Employment discrimination: An organizational model. The Academy of Management Journal 35(1): 161-180. (JSTOR link).

Hall, F. S. and D. T. Hall. 1976. Effects of job incumbents' race and sex on evaluations of managerial performance. The Academy of Management Journal 19(3): 476-481. (JSTOR link).

Hammond, T. and A. Preston. 1992. Culture, gender and corporate control: Japan as "other". Accounting, Organizations and Society 17(8): 795-808.

Hardies, K., D. Breesch and J. Branson. 2015. The female audit fee premium. Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory 34(4): 171-195.

Harrigan, K. R. 1981. Numbers and positions of women elected to corporate boards. The Academy of Management Journal 24(3): 619-625. (JSTOR link).

Harvard Business Review. 2013. Women in the workplace: A research roundup. Harvard Business Review (September): 86-89.

Haynes, K. 2008. (Re)figuring accounting and maternal bodies: The gendered embodiment of accounting professionals. Accounting, Organizations and Society 33(4-5): 328-348.

Heath, K., J. Flynn and M. D. Holt. 2014. Women, find your voice. Harvard Business Review (June): 118-121.

Heilman, M. E., C. J. Block and P. Stathatos. 1997. The affirmative action stigma of incompetence: Effects of performance information ambiguity. The Academy of Management Journal 40(3): 603-625. (JSTOR link).

Hesse-Biber, S., R. Lydenberg and C. Gilmartin, Editors. 1999. Feminist Approaches to Theory and Methodology: An Interdisciplinary Reader. Oxford University Press.

Hewlett, S. A. 2002. Executive women and the myth of having it all. Harvard Business Review (April): 66-73.

Hewlett, S. A. and C. B. Luce. 2005. Off-ramps and on-ramps: Keeping talented women on the road to success. Harvard Business Review (March): 43-54.

Hewlett, S. A. and R. Rashid. 2010. The battle for female talent in emerging markets. Harvard Business Review (May): 101-106.

Hillman, A. J., C. Shropshire and A. A. Cannella Jr. 2007. Organizational predictors of women on corporate boards. The Academy of Management Journal 50(4): 941-952. (JSTOR link).

Hines, R. D. 1992. Accounting: Filling the negative space. Accounting, Organizations and Society 17(3-4): 313-341.

Honaker, K. 2015. A profile of key tax personnel in corporate America: Confronting gender issues on the tax track. The CPA Journal (December): 6-9.

Hooks, B. and M. Marable, Editor. 2000. Feminist Theory: From Margin to Center. South End Press.

Hooks, K. L. 1992. Gender effects and labor supply in public accounting: An agenda of research issues. Accounting, Organizations and Society 17(3-4): 343-366.

Hopwood, A. G. 1987. Accounting and gender: An introduction. Accounting, Organizations and Society 12(1): 65-69.

Hull, R. P. and P. H. Umansky. 1997. An examination of gender stereotyping as an explanation for vertical job segregation in public accounting. Accounting, Organizations and Society 22(6): 507-528.

Hultin, M. and R. Szulkin. 1999. Wages and unequal access to organizational power: An empirical test of gender discrimination. Administrative Science Quarterly 44(3): 453-472. (JSTOR link).

Hunt, J. W. and P. N. Saul. 1975. The relationship of age, tenure, and job satisfaction in males and females. The Academy of Management Journal 18(4): 690-702. (JSTOR link).

Hunton, J. E., P. E. Neidermeyer and B. Wier. 1996. Hierarchical and gender differences in private accounting practice. Accounting Horizons (June): 14-31. (Retracted).

Hunton, J. E., P. E. Neidermeyer and B. Wier. 2015. Retraction: Hierarchical and gender differences in private accounting practice. Accounting Horizons (September): 753.

Ibarra, H. 1992. Homophily and differential returns: Sex differences in network structure and access in an advertising firm. Administrative Science Quarterly 37(3): 422-447. (JSTOR link).

Ibarra, H. 1993. Personal networks of women and minorities in management: A conceptual framework. Academy of Management Review (18): 56-87.

Ibarra, H. and O. Obadaru. 2009. Women and the vision thing. Harvard Business Review (January): 62-70.

Ibarra, H., N. M. Carter and C. Silva. 2010. Why men still get more promotions than women. Harvard Business Review (September): 80-85.

Ibarra, H., R. Ely and D. Kolb. 2013. Women rising: The unseen barriers. Harvard Business Review (September): 60-66.

Ignatius, A. 2016. Where are the women? Harvard Business Review (November): 12.

Ilgen, D. R. and C. F. Moore. 1983. When reason fails: A comment on the reliability and dimensionality of the WAMS. The Academy of Management Journal 26(3): 535-540. (JSTOR link). (WAMS refers to Women as Managers Scale).

Ittonen, K., E. Vähämaa and S. Vähämaa. Female auditors and accruals quality. Accounting Horizons (June): 205-228.

Jacobs, J. A. 1992. Women's entry into management: Trends in earnings, authority, and values among salaried managers. Administrative Science Quarterly 37(2): 282-301. (JSTOR link).

Jayson, S. and K. Williams. 1989. The women's perspective. Management Accounting (July): 50-51.

Johnson, E. N., S. E. Kaplan and P. M. J. Reckers. 1998. An examination of potential gender-based differences in audit managers' performance evaluation judgments. Behavioral Research In Accounting (10): 47-75.

Johnson, P. L. and P. A. Dierks. 1982. What are women accountants really like? Management Accounting (March): 24-28, 46.

Joyce, Y. and S. P. Walker. 2015. Gender essentialism and occupational segregation in insolvency practice. Accounting, Organizations and Society (40): 41-60.

Kahn, A. S. and W. P. Gaeddart. 1985. From theories of equity to theories of justice: The liberating consequences of studying women. In O'Leary, V. E., R. K. Unger and B. S. Wallston. Editors. Women, Gender and Social Psychology. 129-148. Earlbaum.

Kalleberg, A. L. and K. T. Leicht. 1991. Gender and organizational performance: Determinants of small business survival and success. The Academy of Management Journal 34(1): 136-161. (JSTOR link).

Kamla, R. 2012. Syrian women accountants' attitudes and experiences at work in the context of globalization. Accounting, Organizations and Society 37(3): 188-205.

Kanter, R. M. 1977. Men and Women of the Corporation. Basic Books. (Corporate power as it relates to women).

Kavanagh, M. J. and M. Halpern. 1977. The impact of job level and sex differences on the relationship between life and job satisfaction. The Academy of Management Journal 20(1): 66-73. (JSTOR link).

Keef, S. P. and M. L. Roush. 1997. New Zealand evidence on the performance of accounting students: Race, gender and self-concept. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 315-330.

Kennedy, D. 2003. WorkingMoms.Calm: How Smart Women Balance Family and Career. South-Western Educational Publishing.

Kent, R. L. and S. E. Moss. 1994. Effects of sex and gender role on leader emergence. The Academy of Management Journal 37(5): 1335-1346. (JSTOR link).

Kirkham, L. M. 1992. Integrating herstory and history in accountancy. Accounting, Organizations and Society 17(3-4): 287-297.

Kirkham, L. M. and A. Loft. 1993. Gender and the construction of the professional accountant. Accounting, Organizations and Society 18(6): 507-558.

Kirkham, L. M. and A. Loft. 2001. The lady and the accounts: Missing from accounting history? The Accounting Historians Journal 28(1): 67-90. (JSTOR link).

Kirmeyer, S. L. and A. Shirom. 1986. Perceived job autonomy in the manufacturing sector: Effects of unions, gender, and substantive complexity. The Academy of Management Journal 29(4): 832-840. (JSTOR link).

Konrad, A. M. and B. A. Gutek. 1986. Impact of work experiences on attitudes toward sexual harassment. Administrative Science Quarterly 31(3): 422-438. (JSTOR link).

Kornberger, M., C. Carter and A. Ross-Smith. 2010. Changing gender domination in a big four accounting firm: Flexibility, performance and client service in practice. Accounting, Organizations and Society 35(8): 775-791.

Kray, L. J., L. Thompson and A. Galinsky. 2001. Battle of the sexes: Gender stereotype confirmation and reactance in negotiations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (80): 942-958.

Larkin, M. B., R. A. Bernardi and S. M. Bosco. 2013. Does female representation on boards of directors associate with increased transparency and ethical behavior? Accounting and the Public Interest (13): 132-150.

Lefkowitz, J. 1994. Sex-related differences in job attitudes and dispositional variables: Now you see them,... The Academy of Management Journal 37(2): 323-349. (JSTOR link).

Lehman, C. R. 1992. "Herstory" in accounting: The first eighty years. Accounting, Organizations and Society 17(3-4): 261-285.

Leicht, K. T. and J. Marx. 1997. The consequences of informal job finding for men and women. The Academy of Management Journal 40(4): 967-987. (JSTOR link).

Lipe, M. G. 1989. Further evidence on the performance of female versus male accounting students. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 144-152.

Lobel, S. A. and L. St. Clair. 1992. Effects of family responsibilities, gender, and career identity salience on performance outcomes. The Academy of Management Journal 35(5): 1057-1069. (JSTOR link).

Loft, A. 1992. Accountancy and the gendered division of labour: A review essay. Accounting, Organizations and Society 17(3-4): 367-378.

Mackenzie, C. and N. Stoljar. 2000. Relational Autonomy: Feminist Perspectives on Autonomy, Agency, and the Social Self. Oxford University Press.

Mai-Dalton, R. R. and J. J. Sullivan. 1981. The effects of manager's sex on the assignment to a challenging or a dull task and reasons for the choice. The Academy of Management Journal 24(3): 603-612. (JSTOR link).

Mainiero, L. A. 1986. Coping with powerlessness: The relationship of gender and job dependency to empowerment-strategy usage. Administrative Science Quarterly 31(4): 633-653. (JSTOR link).

Major, B. and E. Konar. 1984. An investigation of sex differences in pay expectations and their possible causes. The Academy of Management Journal 27(4): 777-792. (JSTOR link).

Marrett, C. B. 1980. Influences on the rise of new organizations: The formation of women's medical societies. Administrative Science Quarterly 25(2): 185-199. (JSTOR link).

Maupin, R. J. and C. R. Lehman. 1994. Talking heads: Stereotypes, status, sex-roles and satisfaction of female and male auditors. Accounting, Organizations and Society 19(4-5): 427-437.

McCann, C. R. and S. Kim. 2002. Feminist Theory Reader: Local and Global Perspectives. Routledge.

McCarty, P. A. 1986. Effects of feedback on the self-confidence of men and women. The Academy of Management Journal 29(4): 840-847. (JSTOR link).

McGinn, D. 2010. Changing gender on the job. Harvard Business Review (November): 134-136.

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