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Barriers and Biases: A case study of women’s experiences of underrepresentation at senior management levels.

  title={Barriers and Biases: A case study of women’s experiences of underrepresentation at senior management levels.},
  author={Antigoni Nikolaou},
Essay/Thesis: 30 hp Programme: Strategic Human Resource Management and Labor Relations Level: Masters /Second Cycle Semester/year: Spring /2017 Supervisor: Gabriella Elgenius 

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