Attitudes toward women managers a comparison of attitudes of male and female managers in India by Kaval Gulhati

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Published by Templeton College in Oxford .

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  • Women executives -- India.,
  • Women in business -- India.,
  • Executives -- India.

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Statementby Kaval Gulhati.
SeriesManagement research papers -- 89/2
ContributionsOxford Centre for Management Studies.
The Physical Object
Pagination23p. ;
Number of Pages23
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Open LibraryOL14500668M

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