A new study examined the habits of male chief executives at thousands of Danish companies, and found that after men became fathers, on average they actually paid their employees less. The exception: Men who had daughters didn’t reduce their employees’ wages. And it’s not the first research of its kind. Previous studies have shown that men with daughters vote more liberally, and that people with more sisters are more likely to make choices to be generous to others, even at their own expense.
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