By Jean R. Renshaw
The commonplace view of Korean girls isn't really as managers. The stereotype is of Korean girls serving and exciting males, or extra lately as competitive shopkeepers and bar-owners. little or no has been written to problem this false impression. This attention-grabbing publication finds there have regularly been managers among Korean ladies, fairly in occupations like cash lending, retail and model, and women continue to serve after the industrial crash firstly of a brand new century. Korean ladies Managers and company Culture illuminates the various roles of ladies - from administration, management and coverage making, to the extra conventional positions as homemaker and spouse – and describes the certain Korean company tradition and financial system which will overview the way forward for ladies in addition to that of Korea itself.
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Korean Women Managers and Corporate Culture: Challenging Tradition, Choosing Empowerment, Creating Change (Routledge Studies in the Growth Economies of Asia) by Jean R. Renshaw