Using I-O Psychology to Improve the Plight of Women in Developing Countries: A Research Agenda
This chapter presents research questions emanating from descriptions of three Nicaraguan work situations—a microenterprise development program, garment assembly factories, and a coffee plantation—as well as those that emerged from Schein’s study of women and work groups in Nicaragua. These questions form the basis of an I-O research agenda for understanding the issues of women and work in developing countries.
Schein, Virginia. "Using I-O Psychology to Improve the Plight of Women in Developing Countries: A Research Agenda." Using Industrial-Organizational Psychology for the Greater Good. Eds. Julie Olson-Buchanan, Laura Koopes Bryan and Lori Foster Thompson. New York and London: Routledge, 2013. 465-489.
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