This article explores the persistence of gender inequality in public administration in the UK and globally. The implications for the continued under-representation of women are explored. The data reveals vertical and horizontal occupational gender segregation, which the article argues, drawing upon representative bureaucracy research, has policy outcomes for beneficiaries of public services.
|Journal||Public Money & Management|
|Early online date||12 Oct 2018|
|Publication status||Published - Apr 2019|
- representative bureaucracy
- public administration