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Fortune: Climbing the corporate ladder yields greater emotional benefits for men than women, study shows

A study co-authored by Jochen Menges, professor at the University of Zurich and at Cambridge Judge Business School, and titled "Gender and emotions at work: organisational rank has greater emotional benefits for men than women." is mentioned in this article…

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The promotion emotion

Promotion at work has greater emotional benefit for men than women, says a new study on gender and workplace emotion co-authored by Dr Jochen Menges of Cambridge Judge Business School. Women and men feel different at work, as moving up…

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The promotion emotion: promotion at work has greater emotional benefit for men than women.

Phys.org: Women are ‘running with leaded shoes’ when promoted at work, says study

Promotion at work has greater emotional benefit for men than women, says a new study on gender and workplace emotion co-authored by Jochen Menges, Associate Professor in Organisational Behaviour at Cambridge Judge Business School. The study notes that, while the…

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Poets & Quants: B-schools – leading or struggling on gender & race diversity?

New research from Cambridge Judge Business School looks at gender and racial diversity at 22 top US and UK business schools and finds that while B-schools are “strategically positioned to bring lasting change to the global corporate environment,” they still…

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Business Day: Celebrating 50 inspiring Nigerian women

Anino Emuwa, former mentor for Cartier Women’s Initiative at Cambridge Judge Business School’s EnterpriseWOMEN, is mentioned in this article celebrating 50 inspiring Nigerian women. Anino is an expert in gender diversity in leadership and is a member of the Institute…

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Investor’s Chronicle: Ideas Farm – When a gap is a chasm

A study by Raghavendra Rau, Professor at Cambridge Judge Business School, and PhD Jinhua Wang, is mentioned in this article about fund management’s gender biases. “When male managers performed well, Rau and Wang found in a study of Chinese investors,…

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The gender gap in household bargaining power: a portfolio-choice approach

by Ran Gu, University of Essex, Cameron Peng, London School of Economics and Political Science and Weilong Zhang, Fellow, Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance, University of Cambridge When studying the allocation of household assets, virtually all existing papers start…

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Office ‘glamour’ and office ‘housework’

Organisations can address gender diversity issues by allocating office ‘glamour’ and office ‘housework’ more evenly to men and women, a seminar is told at Cambridge Judge Business School in honour of the late Professor Sucheta Nadkarni. Dr Isabella Grabner Organisations…

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Business Weekly: Cambridge Judge Business School finds hope for change in gender bias study

A study co-authored by Professor Raghavendra Rau and PhD student Jinhua Wang at Cambridge Judge Business School finds that ‘gender-based attention bias’ toward women mutual fund managers works both ways, lowering fund-flow volatility, and this could boost the current low…

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Counterintuitive bias

A new study at Cambridge Judge Business School finds that ‘gender-based attention bias’ toward women mutual fund managers works both ways, lowering fund-flow volatility, and this could boost the current low number of women fund managers. Professor Raghavendra Rau The…

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