International Perspectives on Equality, Diversity and Inclusion examines the complex nature of equality, diversity and inclusion in the world of work through interdisciplinary, comparative and critical perspectives. Authors are encouraged to provide cross-national and multi-dimensional insights through comparative analysis and to bring insights from across the disciplines of social sciences and humanities. The series elicits critical scholarship through its focus on structures of inequality in relations of power in exploring issues of EDI at work.
IntroductionCompetence and Diversity: What Parallels Between Them? What Interconnections?Conducting a Diversity Policy as a Management Change Agent: A Key Issue to an Organisation's Performance Can the creative class thrive in an uncertainty avoidant society? A discussion of the Quebec case The Stranger's Gaze* When Freedoms Collide: Competing Claims for Religious Rights and Sexual Orientation Equality at Work and Beyond Physical Appearance as Invisible Discrimination Generational Diversity in Organisation: A Meta-Analysis Sacred Food at Work Canteen: For a Better Understanding of Religious Specificities and their Management at the Workplace Diversity Dimensions of Entrepreneurship: Addressing Multiple Strands of Diversity in Entrepreneurship Research Trade Unions and Social Dialogue: A Challenge for Diversity Management Swings and Roundabouts: Reconsidering Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action and Diversity Management in Australia from a Historical Perspective Diversity Management as a Career: Professional Identity of Diversity Managers as a Multi-level and Political Construct Consequences of Neo-Liberal Politics on Equality and Diversity at Work in Britain: Is Resistance Futile? Diversifying Diversity: Creating an Integrative Agenda for the Evolution of Diversity as a Science and Practice1 Epilogue: The Promise of Diversity Management: A Perspective