Department   Matsuyama University  Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Business Administration
   Position   Professor
Language English
Publication Date 2010/10
Peer Review With peer review
Title Gender Difference in Career Aspiration in Japan and Taiwan
Contribution Type
Journal Proc. of 2010 International Conference on Human Resource Development
Journal TypeAnother Country
Publisher Graduate Institute of International Human Resource Development
Volume, Issue, Pages ISSN: 2072-926X,pp.127-134
Author and coauthor C. Roaa Yeh, Nelson Wu, Shiro Uesugi
Details Although more and more women are now working in various career fields, it is commonly recognized that the percentage of female supervisors is significantly less than that of male ones in general. Today's corporations need gender diversity to avoid masculine group-thinking when making important decisions. As a first step to achieving gender equality in corporations, it is important to understand gender difference in career aspiration in current and future workforce.