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Game Theory

Camerer, C., (1991). 'Does Strategy Research Need Game Theory?', Strategic Management Journal, Vol 12, pp 137-152

Dixit, A. and Nalebuff, B. 1991, Thinking Strategically, Norton, Ch 1-3.

Fisher, F., (1989). 'Games Economists Play: A Non-cooperative View', Rand Journal of Economics, Spring, pp 113-124

Saloner, G. (1991). 'Modeling, Game Theory and Strategic Management', Strategic Management Journal, Vol 12, 119-136

Gender Issues in Organisations

Acker, J. (1990). 'Hierarchies, jobs, bodies: A theory of gendered organisations', Gender & Society, 4(2 June). 139-158

Archer, J. and Lloyd, B. (1987). Sex and gender, Cambridge University Press, Middlesex

Ashmore, R. D., and et al, (1986). The social psychology of female-male relations: A critical analysis of central concepts, Academic press, Orlando

Belenky, M. F., Clinchy, B. M., Goldberger, N. R. and Tarule, J. M. (1986). Women's ways of knowing: The development of self, voice and mind, basic Books, New York

Burrell, G. (1984).'Sex and organisational analysis', in Organisation Studies, 5(2). 97-118

Calas, M.B. and Smircich, L. (1991). 'Voicing seduction to silence leadership', Organisational Studies, 12(4). 567-602

Collinson, D. and Hearn, J. (1994). 'Naming men as men: Implications for work, organisation and management', Gender, Work and Organisation, 1(1): 2-22

Connell, R. W. (1995). Masculinities, Allen & Unwin, Sydney

Cox, E. (1996). Leading Women, Random House, Sydney

Dobbins, G. H. and Platz, S. J. (1986). 'Sex differences in leadership: How real are they?', Academy of Management, 11, 118-127

Duerst-Lahti, G. and Kelley, R. M. (eds) (1995). Gender power, leadership and governance, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor

Eagly, A. H. and Johnson, B. T. (1990). 'Gender and leadership style: A meta-analysis', Psychological Bulletin, 108(2)(Sept). 233-256

Eagly, A. H. and Karau, S. J. (1991). 'Gender and the emergence of leaders: A meta-analysis', Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol. 60(5)(May). 685-710

Fergusen, K. (1984). The feminist case against bureaucracy, Temple University Press, Philadelphia

Game, A. and Pringle, R. (1983). Gender at work, Allen and Unwin, Sydney

Gilligan, C. (1982). In a different voice: Psychological theory and women's development, Harvard University Press, Cambridge

Grimshaw, P. and Stahan, L. (eds) (1982). The half-open door: Sixteen modern Australian women look at professional life and achievement, Hale & Ironmonger, Sydney

Hearn, J. and Parkin, W. (1995). Sex at work: The power and paradox of organisation sexuality, Revised edition, St. Martin's Press, New York

Hearn, J. (1992). The construction and deconstruction of public men and public patriarchies, Routlege, London

Hearn, J. and Sheppard, D. L. et al. (1989). The sexuality of organisation, Sage, London

Helgeson, S. (1990). The female advantage: Women's ways of leading, Doubleday, New York

Ingeroll, V. H. and Adams, G. B. (1992). 'The child is father to the manager: Images of organisations in US children's literature', Organisation Studies, 13(4). 497-519

Jenson, J., Hagen, E. and Reddy, C. (1988). Feminisation of the labour force: Paradoxes and promises, Polity Press, Cambridge

Kanter, R. M. (1977). Men and women of the organisation, Basic Books, New York

Koberg, C. S. (1985). 'sex and situational influences on the use of power: A follow-up study', Sex Roles, 13, 625-639

Loden, M. (1985). Feminine leadership or how to succeed in business without being one of the boys, Times Books, New York

Marshall, J. (1984). Women managers: Travellers in a male world, Wiley, Chichester

Marshall, J. (1994). 'Why women leave senior management jobs', in Tanton, M. (ed) Women in Management, Routledge, London

Martin, J. (1990). 'Deconstructing organisation taboos: The suppression of gender conflict in organisations', Organisation Science, 1(4), 339-359

Powell, G. N. (1988). Women and men in management, Sage, Newbury Park

Russell, J. E. A., Rush, M. C. and Herd, A. M. (1988). 'An exploration of women's expectations of effective male and female leadership', Sex Roles, 18, 279-287

Sargent, A. G. (1981). The androgynous manager, Amacom, New York

Schaef, A. W. (1992). Women's reality, HarperSanFrancisco, San Francisco

Sinclair, A. and Marriot, F. (1990). 'Women in management: Advantage through adversity', Asia Pacific human Resource Management, 28(2), 14-25

Still, L. V. (1993). Where to from here: The managerial woman in transition, Business and Professional Publishing, Sydney

Globalisation

Bigelow, J. (1994). 'International Skills for Managers: Integrating International and Managerial Skill Learning', Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, Vol 23, No 1

Bradley, S. P., Hausman, J. A. and Nolan, R. L. (1993). Globalisation, technology and competition: the fusion of computers and telecommunications in the 1990s, Harvard University Press, Boston

Drucker, P. F. and Nakanchi, I. (1997). Drucker on Asia, Butterworth-neinemann, Oxford

Malnight, T. W. (1995). 'Globalisation of an ethnocentric firm: an evolutionary perspective', Strategic Management Journal, Vol. 16 pp 119-41

O'Hara-Devereaux, M. and Johansen, R. ( ). Globalwork: Bridging distance, culture and time, Jossey Bass, San Francisco

Oxelheim, L. and Wihlburg, C. G. (1991). 'Corporate strategies in a turbulent world economy', Management International Review, Vol 31, pp 293-315

Porter, M. (1990). The Competitive Advantage of Nations, Free Press, New York.

Reich, R. B. (1991). The Work of Nations: Preparing Ourselves for 21st Century Capitalism, Alfred Knopf, New York

Sheth, J. N. and Eshghi, G.S. (1989). Global Strategic Management Perspectives, South-Western Publishing Company, Cincinnati

Stale, D. (1997). Reaching Out From Downunder, McGraw Hill

Williamson, P. 'Successful strategies for export', Long Range Planning, 24 (1) 57-63

Government

Amba-Rao, S. (1993). 'Multinational corporate social responsibility, ethics, interactions and third-World governments: an agenda for the 1900s', Journal of Business Ethics Vol 12 pp 553-72

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