Women & Finance


In collaboration with ING eZonomics, I have written an article about women in finance. The article outlines how many women tend to leave financial decision-making to husbands, fathers and male advisors. However, research shows that this might not necessarily be optimal, as research does not support the stereotype that men are better at finance. Instead, studies have shown that women are less risk-seeking and have their eye much more on longer-term performance. As a result, the financial decisions made by women led to a higher overall performance. Does this sound interesting to you? Read the article here

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