Gender & Finance
“Unblinding gender in finance:
from the classroom to the trading floor” 

The first Gender & Finance Workshop took place on Friday October 14th 2016 at ESSEC Business School K-Lab located in ESSEC Cergy campus, as part of the ESSEC Involvement week 2016. It consisted of two parts: an experiment to test if gender stereotypes influence financial decisions and an open discussion. 
You too can test your gender stereotypes with the simulation SunCar!
SunCar is a company, which designs, produces and sells low-speed electric vehicles for city use. Due to a severe illness, Jacques Dallara, the CEO, will be relinquishing his operational duties in the near future. During the simulated trading session, SunCar is expected to announce the name of Jacques Dallara’s successor: Anna Farrell or Henri Villa. 
For our experiments based on simulations, we have randomized the simulations. When you will launch the simulation, Anna Farrell or Henri Villa may be nominated to be the next CEO(the probability of each variant being equal to 50%). Would you sell, buy or do nothing after the news announcement of the next CEO?
Do gender stereotypes influence your financial decisions?
Read our latest ESSEC Knowledge article

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Gender & Finance 
March, 2017

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