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Shine Bright Like a Diamond : When Signaling Creates Glass Cliffs for Female Executives

Shine Bright Like a Diamond : When Signaling Creates Glass Cliffs for Female Executives

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REINWALD, Max, Johannes ZAIA, Florian KUNZE, 2022. Shine Bright Like a Diamond : When Signaling Creates Glass Cliffs for Female Executives. In: Journal of Management. Sage Publications. 9(4). ISSN 0149-2063. eISSN 1557-1211. Available under: doi: 10.1177/01492063211067518

@article{Reinwald2022-09Shine-57019, title={Shine Bright Like a Diamond : When Signaling Creates Glass Cliffs for Female Executives}, year={2022}, doi={10.1177/01492063211067518}, number={4}, volume={9}, issn={0149-2063}, journal={Journal of Management}, author={Reinwald, Max and Zaia, Johannes and Kunze, Florian} }

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