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Osoba, Ermina
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School of Continuing Studies
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Women in management and decision-making processes in Antigua and Barbuda: A statistical analysis
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Antigua and Barbuda Country Conference
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November 13-15, 2003
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http:; www.uwichill.edu.bb/bnccde/antigua/conference/papers/osoba.html
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Abstract
This paper offers a statistical analysis of the range and scope of women's involvement at the managerial level in the socio-economic and political life of Antigua and Barbuda. It includes data in keeping with Caribbean trends which suggest that the number of women involved in leadership and decision-making processes is small in comparison to men. The scope of the study covers three broad sectors: the public, the private and the professions. Within these sectors, data aggregated by sex and level of attainment are analyzed. The study makes use of the most recent data available from published and unpublished sources.....
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