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Conclusions from the Financial Industry

  • Roxana D. Maiorescu-MurphyEmail author
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Abstract

This chapter compares and contrasts the banks’ diversity communication and the users’ interactions in order to ascertain the most effective ways to communicate (about) diversity in the financial sector. In addition, it proposes a model with practical applications.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Emerson CollegeBostonUSA

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