The Midlands Graduate School is an accredited Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) at Aston University is inviting applications for Joint studentship in project “Are diversity management practices effective in reducing bias against female leaders? A mixed-method investigation”.
About the Project:
- The selected student will be registered – and the University of Warwick (Warwick Business School, WBS) to commence in October 2021.
- The project explores the effectiveness of organisational diversity management practices in reducing bias against female leaders, and takes a mixed-method approach to data collection. Specifically, we envisage a project where Stage 1 examines – through a quantitative daily diary study – the daily experiences of female leaders and their employees and whether, as well as how, organisational diversity management initiatives have a positive impact on their working lives.
- Applicant must hold excellent undergraduate and/or postgraduate qualifications in the fields of business and management, HRM, work psychology and/or associated disciplines.
- Applicants must show an interest in, and commitment to, research – in particular in the disciplines of diversity management and leadership – and evidence of excellent research potential.
- Complete the Joint Studentship application form online and email to Mr Dan Thomson at email@example.com.
- Shortlisted applicants will also be required to provide two references.
|Subject areas||Business and Management, Work Psychology|
|Eligibility||Open to all nationalities|
|Deadline||5th March, 2021|