Leadership Prototypes of Male and Female Leaders: An International Comparison
Lori D. Paris, Jon P. Howell, Peter W. Dorfman, and Paul J. Hanges
Major changes are taking place in the roles of women in society and organizations, fueling a high level of research interest in gender and leadership. Issues driving this research include the relatively few women in executive level leadership positions, possible differences in the leadership styles of men and women, and the controversial notion that women have a feminine leadership advantage.
Transitioning from the Petroleum Based Economy
C. Meghan Starbuck, Chris Erickson, James Libbin, and Pete Lammers
Fueling the economy for the 21st century is one of the primary scientific, economic, and political challenges facing the U.S. Creating a fuel source that is derived from domestic resources and is environmentally preferential to an equivalent petroleum-based product is driving a new generation of researchers and entrepreneurs in the energy industry. Current use of fossil fuels is unsustainable.
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Christopher A. Erickson and James Libbin
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