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August 02, 2011

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Anon

For me, this also resonates with the analogy of a comparison between autocracy and left-wing democracy... which, within a capitalist model makes sense (to me).

I guess, if you want to see the elite accumulate the majority of the wealth, then it is obvious which is preferential. But then isn't this the point as the company is there to make money for the shareholders. It just depends on how greedy they are and if they are content to take the risk and blame the CEO when it all blows up.

charlieman

Have you considered, Chris, trying to dig up the money to investigate questions like this one? You could possibly conduct a dual study on the same sample: solo versus team management, male versus female CEO?

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