Michelle K. Ryan mainly investigates Glass cliff, Social psychology, Social identity theory, Public relations and Phenomenon. Her studies deal with areas such as Gender studies, Career development and Valuation as well as Glass cliff. Her Social psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Developmental psychology, Social environment and Ideal.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Management, Scale development, China and Social group in addition to Social identity theory. Her Public relations research incorporates elements of Affirmative action, Executive compensation, Organizational behavior and Demographic economics. Her Ingroups and outgroups study also includes fields such as
Her main research concerns Social psychology, Glass cliff, Social identity theory, Gender studies and Developmental psychology. In general Social psychology study, her work on Identity often relates to the realm of Phenomenon, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Her Glass cliff study combines topics in areas such as Face, Opposition and Public relations.
Her research integrates issues of Organizational behavior and Diversity in her study of Public relations. Her Social identity theory research includes elements of Social influence, Self-concept, Well-being and Social group. Her Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Masculinity, Personality and Identification.
Michelle K. Ryan mostly deals with Social psychology, Gender studies, Gender equality, Western world and Gender binary. Her Social psychology research incorporates themes from Representation, Ethnic group and Motherhood penalty. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Public action, Social status, Ideology and Human development.
She has included themes like Scale development and Scale in her Gender equality study. Her study in Western world is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Identification, Patriarchy, Falling, Gender sex and Sex gender. Her Intersectionality research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Identity and MEDLINE.
Social psychology, Gender studies, Gender bias, Happening and Salary are her primary areas of study. In her research, Michelle K. Ryan performs multidisciplinary study on Social psychology and Measure. Her research in the fields of Gender sex, Patriarchy and Feminism overlaps with other disciplines such as Gender binary.
Gender bias and Representation are frequently intertwined in her study.
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The Glass Cliff: Evidence that Women are Over‐Represented in Precarious Leadership Positions
Michelle K. Ryan;S. Alexander Haslam.
British Journal of Management (2005)
The Glass Cliff: Exploring the Dynamics Surrounding the Appointment of Women to Precarious Leadership Positions
Michelle K. Ryan;S. Alexander Haslam.
Academy of Management Review (2007)
The road to the glass cliff: Differences in the perceived suitability of men and women for leadership positions in succeeding and failing organizations
S. Alexander Haslam;Michelle K. Ryan.
Leadership Quarterly (2008)
Think crisis-think female: the glass cliff and contextual variation in the think manager-think male stereotype.
Michelle K. Ryan;S. Alexander Haslam;Mette D. Hersby;Renata Bongiorno.
Journal of Applied Psychology (2011)
The glass ceiling in the 21st century: understanding barriers to gender equality
Manuela da Costa Barreto;Michelle K. Ryan;Michael T. Schmitt.
Investing with Prejudice: the Relationship Between Women's Presence on Company Boards and Objective and Subjective Measures of Company Performance
S. Alexander Haslam;Michelle K. Ryan;Clara Kulich;Grzegorz Trojanowski.
British Journal of Management (2009)
Leadership as social identity management: Introducing the Identity Leadership Inventory (ILI) to assess and validate a four-dimensional model
Niklas K. Steffens;S. Alexander Haslam;Stephen D. Reicher;Michael J. Platow.
Leadership Quarterly (2014)
The Motivational Theory of Role Modeling: How Role Models Influence Role Aspirants’ Goals
Thekla Morgenroth;Michelle K. Ryan;Kim Peters.
Review of General Psychology (2015)
Getting on top of the glass cliff: Reviewing a decade of evidence, explanations, and impact
Michelle K. Ryan;S. Alexander Haslam;S. Alexander Haslam;Thekla Morgenroth;Floor Rink.
Leadership Quarterly (2016)
Who gets the carrot and who gets the stick? Evidence of gender disparities in executive remuneration
Clara Kulich;Clara Kulich;Grzegorz Trojanowski;Michelle K. Ryan;S. Alexander Haslam.
Strategic Management Journal (2011)
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