In raising questions about the relationship between gender power, class power and enterprise, this book brings an insightful perspective to the study of family capitalism. Based on a study of enterprise across different sectors, interviews were conducted amongst 70 major business families.
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KATE MULHOLLAND has formerly taught Sociology at Queen's University of Belfast and has held research posts at the Centre for Management Under Regulation, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick, Leicester University, Royal Free Hospital, London University and the Central Policy Unit, London. Her research interests are class and gender issues, family politics and enterprise, organisational change and call centre employment. She is currently developing her research and living in Oxford, UK.Review:
'Most family business research has strangely managed to forget gender. This book changes all that by explicitly analysing gender inequalities in family business families. In so doing, Mulholland also furthers key understandings of the gendering of economy, and intersections of class, ethnicity and gender.' - Professor Jeff Hearn, University of Manchester, UK & Swedish School of Economics, Helsinki, Finland
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