Hardly surprising with that title.
It’s worth a read. As an Op Ed, it’s not too long.
Here’s a few choice quotes:
“The mere presence of female family members — even infants — can be enough to nudge men in the generous direction”
“…after chief executives had a child, they paid
about $100 less in annual compensation per employee.
the chief executives fathered. They reduced wages after having a son,
but not after having a daughter”
and selfishness, but they also engage in some of the most extreme acts
of helping and generosity”
when they have more women in top management roles, especially when it
comes to innovation”