Notre Dame psychology professor Anre Venter broached the issue of gender inequality in investment careers during a talk Tuesday in the Mendoza College of Business. The talk was sponsored by the Smart Women Securities ND chapter, a new club modeled after an organization at Harvard that aims to develop skills in financing and investing.Venter began his talk with an overview of his experience in the business world, which he said included nine years in human resources and management without much focus on investment banking.“I have to begin with an intellectually honest statement. I know almost nothing about behavioral economics and even less about the psychology of investing,” Venter said. “However, growing up as a white South African in an extremely conservative and sexist society, I know a lot about sexism.”Acknowledging the degrees of institutionalized sexism in the workplace, Venter analyzed career prospects for women in business.“As a social psychologist, I find that environments influence behavior even more than our own personalities do,” Venter said. “Women have to be aware that the work environment is a male-dominated, patriarchal world where men are used to making the decisions.”In the field of investment banking, only 25 percent of positions are held by women, with about 11 percent in management and a mere 3 percent in the role of CEO. Discrepancies in pay are also prevalent, and Venter said women earn less directly after finishing MBA programs than equally-qualified men — as little as 79 cents to every dollar.To make sense of this inequality, Venter cited 15 studies in which participants were given money to invest in testing peoples’ aversions to risky and ambiguous investments.“In the most extreme case, men invested 80 percent of what they were given while women invested 48 percent,” he said. “The tendency holds up across the board: men took greater risks and women were more risk-averse. Women dealt with ambiguity better than men and invested more in uncertain stocks.”Despite the differences in risk-taking, Venter said women investors outperform their male counterparts by 2 to 3 percent, and the reason involves biology.“Testosterone levels are linked to irrational levels of exuberance in trading,” he said. “When men lose, they lose big.“With only 10 percent of the testosterone of men, women are less emotionally attached to their trades and less likely to hold onto bad stocks. They tend to make less on the way up but lose less on the way down.”Venter said this data could suggest a need for more women in the field of investing, even though fewer women are entering the sectors of finance and investment banking.The male-domination of the field, Venter said, may have to do with men being favored in the performance review process that determines raises and promotions.“The tendency of male reviewers to provide other men with more help, guidance and mentoring creates an ‘old boy’s club’ in which woman have a more difficult time advancing,” he said. “Women in advising roles just tend to be in less powerful positions than men.”Venter said women entering into careers in investment banking may be able to create change, but not without difficulties.“When you’re a junior-analyst, [you’re] thinking you’re going to change the system when you enter. But, five years down the road, once you’ve been socialized into it, affecting change will be that much harder,” he said.Tags: anre venter, gender inequality, human resources and management, institutionalized sexism, investment, investment banking, investment careers, mendoza college of business, psychology of investing, smart women securities ND chapter
The St Louis 7th grade girls basketball team lost their 2nd game of the season to the Greensburg Pirates by a final score of 37 to 26.A slow start in the first quarter was the difference in the game. St Louis was outscored 12 to 3.All 7 St Louis players made the scoring column, lead by Harlee Masavage with 7 points, Kate Burkhart & Hailey Mohr were next with 5 points each. Avery Roell had 4 points, Hanna Hurm & Stella Hillenbrand each had 2 points. Kate Poltrack added 1.Scores by quarter. Greensburg 12 St Louis 3; Greensburg 23 St Louis 13;Greensburg 29 St Louis 20; Greensburg 37 St Louis 26.Submitted by STL Coach Mike Burkhart.Greensburg 8th won 56-39.Submitted by STL Coach Amy Weigel.
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Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Melinda Lee of Tipp City has been named Ohio Farm Bureau Federation organization director for Delaware, Franklin, Madison, and Union counties. Lee has spent the last three years serving in the same position for Champaign, Clark, Darke and Miami counties.In her new territory, Lee will continue her work as a liaison between the county Farm Bureaus and Ohio Farm Bureau. She will assist the county groups as they develop and implement programs to strengthen their organizations and enhance their ability to serve members and affect positive change in their communities.Lee is a 2013 graduate of Ohio State University where she majored in animal sciences and agribusiness. She received her American FFA degree in 2010. Previously she worked at Aldermere Farm in Maine helping plan and facilitate agricultural education programs and at the Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center. She is a graduate of Ohio Farm Bureau’s AgriPOWER Institute Class IX and currently serves as the chairperson for the Miami County Agricultural Leadership Fund. She also continues to help out on the family’s beef, sheep and grain farm in Cardington.
CALGARY — A scheduled address by a convicted murderer to an upcoming Calgary City Teachers Convention panel session on drug addiction has been cancelled.Andrew Evans was found guilty of second-degree murder in the 2007 strangling death of a woman who was working at an illegal massage parlour in Vancouver.Evans, a former drug counsellor, was given a life sentence but was paroled and moved back to Calgary.Greg Jeffery, president of the Alberta Teachers Association, said on Twitter late Wednesday that the session was cancelled after reviewing concerns and consulting with convention officials.The association had earlier defended its decision to include Evans on the program.The convention runs Feb. 14 and 15.The Canadian Press
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St. Mary’s Hall/St. Augustine’s College/324-1511 Fresh Creek 2Epiphany Anglican Church364-2884 (Church) Bernard Road 8.The New Mt. Hermon Baptist church ADDRESS Kemp Road 5Kemp Road Ministries393-5932/393-8872 1.Rock Sound Primary School 2.Church of God of ProphecyCripple Hill,Crooked Island 1.Mangrove Cay High SchoolSwains 9.Holy Family Anglican Church 5.Bannerman Town & John Miller’s Community Library DESIGNATED HURRICANE SHELTER LISTING 2O17 District: North Eleuthera District (Harbour Island) District: Current, Current Island & Spanish Wells 6.John Wesley Methodist Church 2.Zion Methodist Church 6 – St George’s High School GymSunset Highway/Off East Beach Drive352-7373 East Street– 5.Camp Symonette 1. 5.St. Andrew’s Community Centre Love Hill St. Charles Vincent Street– 1.Purplemae Restaurant Harold Road 1.Zion Baptist Church DESIGNATED HURRICANE SHELTER LISTING 2O17 7 – Cancer AssociationWest Atlantic Drive352-2873 NoNAME OF SHELTER 2.Burnt Rock PrimaryBurnt Rock 25C. R. 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