Clara Kulich
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Investing with prejudice: The relationship between women's presence on company boards and objective and subjective measures of company performance
SA Haslam, MK Ryan, C Kulich, G Trojanowski, C Atkins
British Journal of Management 21 (2), 484-497, 2010
Who gets the carrot and who gets the stick? Evidence of gender disparities in executive remuneration
C Kulich, G Trojanowski, MK Ryan, S Alexander Haslam, ...
Strategic Management Journal 32 (3), 301-321, 2011
Politics and the glass cliff: Evidence that women are preferentially selected to contest hard-to-win seats
MK Ryan, SA Haslam, C Kulich
Psychology of Women Quarterly 34 (1), 56-64, 2010
Where is the romance for women leaders? The effects of gender on leadership attributions and performance‐based pay
C Kulich, MK Ryan, SA Haslam
Applied psychology 56 (4), 582-601, 2007
Opting out or pushed off the edge? The glass cliff and the precariousness of women's leadership positions
MK Ryan, SA Haslam, MD Hersby, C Kulich, C Atkins
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 1 (1), 266-279, 2007
Signaling change during a crisis: Refining conditions for the glass cliff
C Kulich, F Lorenzi-Cioldi, V Iacoviello, K Faniko, MK Ryan
Journal of experimental social psychology 61, 96-103, 2015
The political glass cliff: Understanding how seat selection contributes to the underperformance of ethnic minority candidates
C Kulich, MK Ryan, SA Haslam
Political Research Quarterly 67 (1), 84-95, 2014
Knowledge leadership in global scientific research
C Mabey, C Kulich, F Lorenzi-Cioldi
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 23 (12), 2450-2467, 2012
The stress of working on the edge: Implications of glass cliffs for both women and organizations.
MK Ryan, SA Haslam, MD Hersby, C Kulich, MD Wilson-Kovacs
American Psychological Association, 2009
Moving across status lines: Lack of concern for the ingroup and group identification.
C Kulich, F Lorenzi-Cioldi, V Iacoviello
Journal of Social Issues 71 (3), 2015
Be an advocate for others, unless you are a man: Backlash against gender-atypical male job candidates.
J Bosak, C Kulich, L Rudman, M Kinahan
Psychology of Men & Masculinity 19 (1), 156, 2018
Perceptions of supervisor support: Resolving paradoxical patterns across gender and race
SC Paustian‐Underdahl, EB King, SG Rogelberg, C Kulich, WA Gentry
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 90 (3), 436-457, 2017
Where is the Romance for Women in Leadership? Gender Effects on the Romance of Leadership and Performance-Based Pay
C Kulich, M Ryan, A Haslam
Applied Psychology: An International Review 56, 582-601, 2006
Solving the crisis: When agency is the preferred leadership for implementing change
C Kulich, V Iacoviello, F Lorenzi-Cioldi
The Leadership Quarterly 29 (2), 295-308, 2018
“I want, therefore I am”–Anticipated upward mobility reduces ingroup concern
M Chipeaux, C Kulich, V Iacoviello, F Lorenzi-Cioldi
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1451, 2017
Refining the conditions and causes of the glass cliff
C Kulich, V Iacoviello, F Lorenzi-Cioldi
Gender and Social Hierarchies: Perspectives from Social Psychology, 104, 2015
Examining gendered experiences beyond the glass ceiling: The precariousness of the glass cliff and the absence of rewards
MK Ryan, C Kulich, SA Haslam, MD Hersby, C Atkins
Women on Corporate Boards of Directors: International Research and Practice …, 2008
The glass cliff
C Kulich, MK Ryan
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Business and Management, 2017
Glass Ceiling/Glass Cliff
C Kulich
Wiley Encyclopedia of Management: Organizational behavior 11 (3), 2015
The gender pay gap: Particularities and challenges in the management context
C Kulich, M Anisman-Razin, T Saguy
Auswahl von Männern und Frauen als Führungskräfte, 135-159, 2015
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