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Future International Conference on Gender Research

If you would be interested in hosting ICGR, please read the hosting document and contact Sue Nugus, Conferences Director, for more information.

1st International Conference on Gender Research 2018

Hosted by:
ISCAP / IPP – School of Accounting and Administration of Porto
4465-004 S. Mamede de Infesta
Portugal

12 - 13 April 2018

Purchase Proceedings

The Electronic Proceedings from ICGR 2018 are included in your registration and are available to download for conference participants.  They are also available to purchase.

  • PDF Version - £45 plus Postage  and Packaging
  • Printed Version - £70 plus Postage and Packaging

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The Winners at ICGR 2018, Portugal

PhD Winner

Designing a Competence Development Recommender for Equal Career-Development Opportunities for Women in the STEM Field
Freya Willicks, Valerie Stehling, Max Haberstroh and Ingrid Isenhardt, IMA/ZLW & IfU RWTH Aachen University, Germany

Poster Winner

Women Career Advancement: A Partnership between Husbands’ Support and Wives’ Aspirations
Sumaiyah Fuad Ahmed, University of South Africa, South Africa

Executive Committee

Conference Chair

Dr Ana Azevedo. ISCAP/ Polytechnic of Porto, Porto, Portugal.

Programme Chair

Dr Anabela Mesquita. Porto Business and School / Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal.

Keynote Speakers

Isabel Ramos, University of Minho, Portugal.
Empowering women in the IT/IS research: the importance of role models

Paola Paoloni, Niccolò Cusano University, Rome.
A relational capital dimension in Universities

Bruce Newman, Kellstadt Graduate School of Business at DePaul University, USA
Gender and Democracy

A message of thanks

We extend our thanks to all participants at the conference, both presenters and attendees and gratefully acknowledge the support of the ISCAP Porto, Portugal and the assistance provided by the Conference and Programme chairs and keynote speakers. The stream and mini track chairs are to be applauded for their efforts in ensuring that timekeeping requirements were respected by all participants and the chair and discussants of the PhD Colloquium are thanked for their invaluable contribution to this important part of the conference.

Finally, we value and unreservedly acknowledge the essential role performed by the executive and programme committees in respect of the double blind review process.

We trust that that overall the conference exceeded your expectations; we welcome your feedback.