It’s commonly understood that men enjoy more upward mobility in business, particularly in upper management. But that competitive edge may have more to do with their sense of morality than gender discrimination. So suppose researchers Jessica A. Kennedy of the University of Pennsylvania and Laura J. Kray of the University of California, Berkeley, in a new study.
Men More Likely to Make Ethical Business Compromises
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