Once they make it to the top, women remain as CEOs for longer. Why?
From the glass ceiling to the glass cliff. Image: REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
Eahab ElsaidProfessor of Finance, University of Windsor
Nancy UrselProfessor of Finance, University of Windsor
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