Researchers find mountain climbers from hierarchical societies have more success and more deaths

(—A trio of researchers, two with Columbia Business School in the U.S. and the other with INSEAD in France, has found that statistically, mountain climbers in the Himalayas, tend to meet both with more success and death if they are from a hierarchical type society than if they are from a less hierarchical society. In their paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Eric Anicih, Roderick Swaab and Adam Galinsky describe how they compared societal hierarchical data with mountain climbing experiences to come up with their findings. —> Read More Here


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