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Quartz: Male CEOs get paid more when they have deep, “manly” voices


Coverage of a study on the link between voice and CEO pay co-authored by Waqas Haque, MPhil in Innovation, Strategy and Organisation at Cambridge Judge Business School (MPhil 2014), in Quartz. The study is based on CEO pay at UK companies listed in the FTSE 100 index from 2004 to 2013, focusing on the first three years of a CEO’s tenure because the relative lack of performance information during a CEO’s early years heightens susceptibility to cognitive biases.

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