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Hedge Funds Run by Women Outperform Those Run by Men

Is it because women are more averse to risk?
Source: Eriko Sugita / Reuters

This morning, the Wall Street Journal reported on funds that choose to tie their fates to the performance of companies led by women. Barclays’ Women in Leadership Total Return Index, which consists of American companies with a female CEO or whose proportion of female board members is at least 25 percent, is

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