A Meta-Analytic Approach to Understanding the Effects of CEO Overconfidence on Firm Performance
Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings
An open research question in behavioral decision theory is whether CEO overconfidence—one of the most prevalent biases—has positive or negative effects on firm performance. This study uses a meta-analytic technique to show that the relationship between CEO overconfidence and firm performance is positive and moderated by managerial discretion.
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