Ender gap in higher education leadership, why are there small number of women leaders in universities

Please, write references in each paragraph, with Author initials, year and page numbers
I want to argue that numbers of women in higher education leadership is very small and try to find out reason why. But first, give some overview of british university structure, its transformation/globalisation and recruitment of Vice chancellors. Then talk about women in labour market, gender segregation issues. Also, work and family balance issues. Leadership styles, feminine and masculine work culture. Cross cultural comparisons, for example, the situation in american and australian universities etc.
Essential reading:
Walby, S (1986) Patriarchy at work: patriarchal and capitalist relations in employment, Cambridge: Polity
Walby ,S (1988) Gender Segregation at work, Milton Keynes: OUP
Davies, S., Lubelska C, Quinn J. (1994) Changing the subject: women in higher education, London: Taylor and Francis
Leathwood, Carole (2009)Gender and the changing face of higher education : a feminized future? / Car . Maidenhead : McGraw-Hill Open University Press
Hakim, Catherine Key issues in womens work : female diversity and the polarisation of women . 2nd ed. . London : GlassHouse, 2004
Eggins, H. (1997)Women as leaders and managers in higher education
Turner Mitchell, P (1993)Cracking the wall : women in higher education administration
Brookes, A. And Mackinnon, A. (2001) Gender and the restructured university : changing management and culture in higher education, Buckingham:OUP
Mitroussi, A. Mitroussi, K. Female educational leadership in the UK and Greece, GENDER IN MANAGEMENT, 2009, VOL 24; NUMBER 7, pages 505-522
Bown, L. (1999) a?Beyond the degree:men and women at the decision-making levels in British higher educationa, Gender and Education, vol 11, no. 1, pp. 5-25
McTavish, D. Miller, K. Management, leadership and gender representation in UK higher and further education, GENDER IN MANAGEMENT, 2009, VOL 24; NUMBER 3, pages 178-194
Priola, V (2007) a?Being female doing gender. Narratives of women in education managementa, Gender and Education, vol.19, no. 1, pp. 21-40
Pritchard, R (2007) a?Gender inequality in British and German universitiesa, Compare, vol. 37, no. 5, pp. 651-669
Young, P. (2004) a?Leadership and gender in higher education: a case studya, Journal of Further and Higher Education, vol.28, no. 1
Breakwell, G. M. Tytherleigh, M. Y. UK university leaders at the turn of the 21st century: changing patterns in their socio-demographic characteristics, HIGHER EDUCATION, 2008, VOL 56; NUMBER 1, pages 109-127
Bagilhole, B. And White, K. (2008) a?Towards a gendered skills analysis of senior management positions in UK and Australian universitiesa, Tertiary Education and Management, vol.14, no.1, pp.1-12
Cockburn, Cynthia In the way of women : mens resistance to sex equality in organizations . Basingstoke : Macmillan, 1991
Rees, Teresa L. Women and the labour market / Teresa Rees . London : Routledge, 1992
Could be useful:
Bridging the diversity divide : globalization and reciprocal empowerment in higher education /Edna Chun, Alvin Evans
Watkins, Peter A critical review of leadership concepts and research : The implications for . Victoria, Australia : Deakin University, 1986
Gender, space, and time : women and higher education / Dorothy Moss