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Three essays on gender differences among financial analysts

Abstract : This PhD dissertation consists of three essays relating to gender concerns among financial analysts. The empirical results of the first study provide evidence for under-representation of female analysts and confirm that national culture exerts a material impact on female representation among financial analysts across European countries under study. In the second study, I document evidence that male analysts are more likely to issue innovative recommendations than female analysts, due to their relative overconfidence. Finally, the findings of third study suggest that innovative recommendations trigger larger market reactions but there is no gender difference in market reactions to innovative recommendations. The empirical findings of my dissertation complement prior literature on financial analysts, more specifically, gender-based difference in financial market decision making.
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Jingwen Ge. Three essays on gender differences among financial analysts. Business administration. Université Grenoble Alpes, 2018. English. ⟨NNT : 2018GREAG007⟩. ⟨tel-02048740⟩

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