Ex‐military CEOs and financial misconduct

CEOs who formerly served in the U.S. military are prevalent among U.S. firms. The military puts strong emphasis on the obedience of its personnel. Georg Wernicke discusses time spent in the military leads individuals to be more obedient to rules and regulations in the years after they have left the military and become CEOs.

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