Are ‘Masculine’ CEOs More Likely To Engage In Financial Misreporting?
It’s not politically correct to look for connections between physical characteristics and behavior, but that doesn’t mean the correlations don’t exist – height and body-mass index (BMI), for example, have been shown to be statistically significant predictors of financial decision-making style. Now researchers says that facial attributes can help predict financial misbehavior as well.
“Facial masculinity is associated with a complex of masculine behaviors (including aggression, egocentrism, risk-seeking, and maintenance of social status) in males,” write Yuping Jia of the . . .
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