Financial management and Dungeon Kruger's (self-help)
The Dunning-Kruger effect is a kind of cognitive bias in unprofessional people who suffer from the illusion of superiority and incorrectly evaluate their ability to be overly real. This bias is attributed to the metacognitive inability of unprofessional individuals to identify their disability and is a blood stream in the human body. Financial managers also suffer from this cognitive error in their own assessment of others, as financial managers with a level of ability and experience usually evaluate themselves more often than they are. For example, those who have the capability of an accounting expert have their own accounting officer and those who have the ability to become accounting officer, they identify themselves as financial advisors and those who are capable of a financial manager, as financial advisers, and usually themselves more than what they are. Or vice versa, they are less than what they are, which is due to self-esteem or self-righteousness, or to Duning Kruger's. In this research, we examine the characteristics and general criteria of financial managers and identify the skills of financial managers, and the results show that the skills of financial managers are usually more than what they have in them.
Article Type:
Research/Original Article
Journal of Investment Knowledge, Volume:8 Issue:30, 2019
139 - 152  
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