Investment Bias Still Favors Male-owned Firms, Despite Proven Success of Female CEOs

The evidence of women’s success in the corporate world is plentiful. But two professors from the Olin School of Business at Washington University in St. Louis wondered whether women’s evident prowess in business is something that most people generally recognize when making investment decisions. Their conclusion: perceptions of female business leaders aren’t keeping up with reality.

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