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Women’s issues in business and their solutions for Republic of Moldova

Author: Micolişina Anna
Degree:doctor of economics
Speciality: 08.00.05 - Economy and Management (in branch)
Scientific adviser: Marina (decedat) Belostecinic
doctor, associate professor (docent), Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova
Institution: Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova
Scientific council: D 32-08.00.05
Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova


The thesis was presented on the 16 March, 2012
Approved by NCAA on the 23 May, 2012


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gender, woman-manager, leadership, gender roles, career, management capacity, managerial status


Structure of the thesis: an introduction, three chapters, conclusions and recommendations, a bibliography out of 162 sources, 10 annexes, described on 146 pages of main text and includes 14 tables and 22 figures. The results obtained are reflected in 9 scientific papers totaling 6, 96 copyright leaves.

Field of study: management of organizations of different spheres of business.

The aim of the thesis: to investigate gender issues in ongoing reforms in the country and systematize on this basis conditions and management factors that promote the advancement and employment of women in business, their career development, motivation, assertiveness and improve women’s managerial status.

Scientific novelty and originality of this study: the gender aspects of management are systematized, that promote understanding of the nature and urgency of the problems of the country's economic reforms and democratic conversions; terms "gender", "gender-sensitive organization are specified; identified the key issues of women in business and the criteria for their solution; the most common gender stereotypes are refined and systematized; are proved the possibilities of improving women's employment in management in the result of overcoming the stereotypes; is substantiated the role of gender and peculiarities of the value-motivational model of management.

An important scientific problem solved in the thesis. This thesis addresses the issue of women in business organizations in the context of achieving gender balance through the development and application of the value-motivational model of management. The model focuses on the regulatory application. It helps managers to identify their own problems of women in business and identify ways to address them in the operation of companies through the implementation of the management capacity of men and women and promote gender management.

The practical significance of the work lies in the fact that the main conclusions in it can be used in development of decisions and actions in business organizations in the context of the National Program on Gender Equality in the Republic of Moldova to improve employment, motivation and promoting women in business and management, in developing programs and lectures to educate students on the discipline "Management " and "gender management.

The theoretical significance of the work: the relevance and importance of the gender approach to management is substantiated; the key criteria of gender value-motivational model of management is stated; women's role as a purveyor of androgynous behavior (leadership) in the organization is highlighted; are systematized and defined features and the relevance of leadership styles related to personal and behavioral characteristics of women that meet the current trends of business development and management; are defined the factors of overcoming of the gender illusory correlation.

The implementation of the scientific results of this study is possible in the process of justification of the decisions that will lead to the management improvement in organizations in accordance with the principle of equal rights of men and women. The main conclusions of the thesis can also be used in the preparation of the course on management and gender-based management.