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This plan makes certain the person has a keen interest in making sure the ship doesn't sink," DeTrude says.
Authors have suggested that the trend might result from competing career opportunities that provide greater financial incentives (Zimpfer & DeTrude, 1990), geographical restraints imposed by family commitments (Fiorini, 1998), and pressure related to expectations for publication (Maples et al.
Dalborg, Hans, (1999), Shareholder Value in Banking, session of institute International Detrudes Bancaires, Malaysia.