The Impact of Historical and Cultural Effects on the Advancement of Women in the K-Economy in the Arabian Gulf Region: Participation of Women in the Arabian Gulf
The paper investigates the need for increased participation of Arab women in the workplace in general and at senior management levels in particular.
||Women, Management, Knowledge Based Economy
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 1, pp.65-68.
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Dr Randeree has an academic career spanning the past 12 years, with experience as a lecturer in both the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates. For the past 6 years he was a Lecturer in Engineering at the United Arab Emirates University in Al Ain and has recently moved to BUiD. He has a growing portfolio of research and consultancy projects, collaborating with a number of blue chip companies, government departments and SME's, in addition to numerous publications at reputed international conferences in Europe and in the Middle East. Dr Randeree holds a Bachelors of Engineering degree in Engineering Design and Manufacture awarded by the University of Hull, U.K., and a PhD specialising in advanced manufacturing systems, from the same university. His current research interests are in the advancement of engineering and management education in the Middle East, women in leadership and a variety of project management related topics.
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