Leadership and Gender Differentiation

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Catalina RADU; Marian NASTASE;
  • Journal: REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL COMPARATIVE MANAGEMENT,volume 12,issue 3 July,pages455-460
  • Subject: leadership; gender; business; management; analysis.
    • jel: jel:M14 | jel:J16 | jel:M12

Leadership is clearly one of the main factors that influence organizational competitiveness. It means both science and art, both born and learned skills. Leadership and gender differentiation is a subject that leads to at least two main questions: (1) Do significant dif... View more
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