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Estefania SANTACREU-VASUT
Estefania SANTACREU-VASUT
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Linguistic gender marking and its international business ramifications
E Santacreu-Vasut, O Shenkar, A Shoham
Journal of International Business Studies 45 (9), 1170-1178, 2014
1172014
Does mother tongue make for women's work? Linguistics, household labor, and gender identity
DL Hicks, E Santacreu-Vasut, A Shoham
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 110, 19-44, 2015
1132015
Decomposing culture: An analysis of gender, language, and labor supply in the household
V Gay, DL Hicks, E Santacreu-Vasut, A Shoham
Review of Economics of the Household, 1-29, 2017
95*2017
Do female/male distinctions in language matter? Evidence from gender political quotas
E Santacreu-Vasut, A Shoham, V Gay
Applied Economics Letters 20 (5), 495-498, 2013
772013
The grammatical origins of gender roles
V Gay, E Santacreu-Vasut, A Shoham
592013
Language and market inclusivity for women entrepreneurship: The case of microfinance
I Drori, R Manos, E Santacreu-Vasut, O Shenkar, A Shoham
Journal of Business Venturing 33 (4), 395-415, 2018
562018
Foreign employees as channel for technology transfer: Evidence from MNC's subsidiaries in Mexico
E Santacreu-Vasut, K Teshima
Journal of Development Economics 122, 92-112, 2016
332016
How does the global microfinance industry determine its targeting strategy across cultures with differing gender values?
I Drori, R Manos, E Santacreu-Vasut, A Shoham
Journal of World Business 55 (5), 100985, 2020
302020
Appointments to central bank boards: Does gender matter?
P Charléty, D Romelli, E Santacreu-Vasut
Economics Letters 155, 59-61, 2017
272017
New avenues of research to explain the rarity of females at the top of the accountancy profession
A Jeny, E Santacreu-Vasut
Palgrave communications 3 (1), 1-10, 2017
172017
New avenues of research to explain the rarity of females at the top of the accountancy profession
A Jeny, E Santacreu-Vasut
Palgrave communications 3 (1), 1-10, 2017
172017
Competition policy and gender
E Santacreu-Vasut, C Pike
OECD Competition Papers, 2019
102019
Competition Policy and Gender
C Pike, E Santacreu-Vasut
Concurrences, 2019
10*2019
Migration as a Window into the Coevolution between Language and Behavior
V Gay, DL Hicks, E Santacreu-Vasut
102016
Trade-off between health and wealth? Insights from COVID-19 in South Korea
C Kim, E Santacreu-Vasut, EK Shin
Covid Economics 58, 57-84, 2020
52020
Language and Gender Economics
V Gay, E Santacreu-Vasut, A Shoham
Working Paper, 2014
52014
An attitude model of environmental action: evidence from developing and developed countries
C Davino, V Esposito Vinzi, E Santacreu-Vasut, R Vranceanu
Social Indicators Research 143, 811-838, 2019
42019
Language and Female Economic Participation
V Gay, DL Hicks, E Santacreu-Vasut, A Shoham
Available at SSRN 2544396, 2015
42015
Does language shape our economy? Female/male grammatical distinctions and gender economics
V Gay, E Santacreu-Vasut, A Shoham
HAL Post-Print, 2012
42012
Language and Gender Roles among Immigrants to the US: A Historical Perspective
V Gay, DL Hicks, E Santacreu-Vasut
Studi di Genere: Il Mondo Femminile in un Percorso Interdisciplinare, 2016
32016
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