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Sub-theme 51: Feminist Enlightening for More Ethical, Socially and Ecologically Sustainable Organizations

Convenors:
Regine Bendl, WU – Vienna University of Business and Economics, Austria
Alicia Hennig, Southeast University, Nanjing, China
Ian McGregor, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Session I: Thursday, July 04, 11:00 to 12:30, AT - LT 1
Opening Session and Sub-theme Overview
Chair: Regine Bendl
Ian McGregor and Alicia Hennig
Otherist organisational enlightenment through promoting a positive, inclusive otherist organizational culture
Discussant(s): Amal Nazal
Denis Monneuse
With or without men? The admission of men into women’s internal networks as a way to reduce gender inequality
Discussant(s): Nathalie Bitbol-Saba
An opening round-table as well as the presentation of 2 papers
Session II: Thursday, July 04, 14:00 to 15:30, AT - LT 1
Feminism, Organizations – Different Perspectives 1
Chair: Regine Bendl
Vijayta Doshi and Dina Banerjee
Gendered and/or neoliberal subjects? Urban upper-middle-class women entrepreneurs in India
Discussant(s): Sophie Alkhaled
Ulla Eriksson-Zetterquist, Tatiana Labuzova and Roberto M. Fernandez
Blue and white-collar glass ceilings
Discussant(s): Jasmin Joecks
Mária Dunavölgyi and Máté Baksa
Hidden female disadvantages in organizational social networks
Discussant(s): Dina Banerjee
Session III: Friday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, AT - LT 1
Feminism, OrganZsations – Mainly in Developed Countries – 1
Chair: Alicia Hennig
Léa Dorion
A feminist approach to democracy in alternative organizations. An exploration of the practice of “consensus” in a feminist organization
Discussant(s): Ulla Eriksson-Zetterquist
Caroline Demeyère
Facing the ambivalent effects of market: An empirical study of feminist non-profit organizations’ strategies and their implications for feminism
Discussant(s): Lea Dorion
Giancarlo Lauto, Elisa Salvador and Francesca Visintin
Is there a gender gap in research spin-offs financing? A signalling theory approach
Discussant(s): Madison Kurchik
Session IV: Friday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30, AT - LT 1
Feminism, Organizations and the Middle East
Chair: Ian McGregor
Fida Afiouni, Farah Moussa and Charlotte Karam
Gender discrimination at work in the Middle East: A normalized practice?
Discussant(s): Elisa Salvador
Amal Nazzal, Lindsay Stringfellow and Mairi Maclean
Exploring gender inequalities within new social movements in Palestine: A Bourdieusian perspective
Discussant(s): Fida Afiouni
Sophie Alkhaled
The (n)ever evolving institutional conditions for women’s entrepreneurship in Saudi Arabia
Discussant(s): Ian McGregor
Session V: Friday, July 05, 14:00 to 15:30, AT - LT 1
Feminism, Organizations – Different Perspectives – 2
Chair: Regine Bendl
Yi-Jung Chen and Yunshi Liu
Are they abusive or masculine? The justice perception effect on the influence of abusive male supervisors on employee task performances between men and women
Discussant(s): Alicia Hennig
Nathalie Bitbol-Saba
Managing role conflicts in situations involving interactions with clients: women’s experiences in Professional Service Firms
Discussant(s): Caroline Demeyère
Alicia Hennig
‘The Soft overcomes the Hard’ – Introducing Yin-based Leadership inspired by Daoism
Discussant(s): Dennis Monneuse
Session VI: Saturday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, AT - LT 1
Feminism, Organizations – Mainly in Developed Countries – 2
Chair: Alicia Hennig
Valerie Stead and Carole Elliott
Social media, gender inequality and the workplace: A multi-level analysis
Discussant(s): Jen Cherneski
Madison W. Kurchik, Thomas Calvard and Michelle O'Toole
“Grown up tomboys”: Women’s identity work in the technology sector
Discussant(s): Mária Dunavölgyi
Jasmin Joecks, Anna Kurowska and Kerstin Pull
Is the push for employer provided family friendly practices context-dependent? Comparative evidence from Germany and Poland
Discussant(s): Katharina Kreissl
Session VII: Saturday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, AT - LT 1
Concluding Session – What Have We Learned in the Sub-theme
Chair: Ian McGregor
Jennifer Cherneski
Zebras showing their stripes: A critical sensemaking study of the discursive construction and gendering of women CSR leaders
Discussant(s): Yunshi Liu
Angelika Striedinger and Katharina Kreissl
Fruitful navigation of sustained ambivalence: Identity work of gender equality officers in universities
Discussant(s): Valerie Stead
A concluding round-table as well as the presentation of 2 papers