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Women Expatriates: Where are They?

@inproceedings{Gonalves2017WomenEW,
  title={Women Expatriates: Where are They?},
  author={Clara Germana Gonçalves},
  year={2017}
}
This paper will dive into research by those in the field of women studies and international business to analyze the reasons behind the lack of expatriate women through examination of (1) the current status of women in business in the U.S. compared to the Middle East, (2) importance of being an expat to the professional future of women, (3) stereotypes surrounding women as managers (4) why companies are not sending women on international assignments, and (5) how the political status of the U.S… 

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