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Search for more papers by this author. Negotiation is a process that creates, reinforces, and reduces gender inequality in organizations, yet the study of gender in negotiation has little connection to the study of gender in organizations.
Taken together, these literatures illuminate how negotiations at the individual, household, and collective levels may contribute to the construction and deconstruction of gender inequality in organizations. Published online 30 November Published in print 1 ProstataMassager Stroh Stier We are grateful to Corinne Bendersky, Frank Flynn, Deborah Kolb, and Michele Gelfand for their generous and insightful feedback on the first drafts of this manuscript.
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