managerial conservatism

managerial conservatism
упр. управленческий консерватизм (стремление менеджеров к использованию стандартных, проверенных, традиционных методов управления; напр., ситуация, когда менеджеры склонны придерживаться не самой выгодной с точки зрения максимизации цены акций, но зато менее рискованной структуры капитала)
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