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Beyond the Corner Office: Employee Characteristics and Bank Performance

"... banks with shorter employee tenures and higher fractions of MBAs, top school graduates, and job jumpers performed more poorly during the Great Recession. This relation is driven by the predisposition of these banks to take on greater risk."


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