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Why are women less competitive than men? Answers lie in roles of risk and confidence, new research suggests
Why do men and women have different jobs? A recent laboratory experiment by Roel van Veldhuizen, assistant professor in economics at Lund University School of Economics and Management, suggests that part of the story may be that women are less confident and dislike risks. This study, conducted with 424 German university students, is forthcoming in the Journal of the European Economic Association.
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