Published: Anjala Krishen and Robyn Raschke

Anjala Krishen (Marketing) and Robyn Raschke (Accounting) recently published "The Story Only Few Can Tell: Exploring the Disproportionately Gendered Professoriate in Business Schools" in Journal of Marketing Education. The study examined the relationship between perceived differences in workload (research, teaching, and service) and faculty satisfaction. The study surveyed accredited business school faculty in the United States. Results of the survey show a disproportionate level of satisfaction between gender and rank on perceived workload (teaching and service). Because many faculty hold positions of management within their institutions, implications of this research call for business schools to use more data-driven decision-making, increase cognitive awareness of inequities, and provide implicit bias training. 

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