#GAReads | CEOs' Decisions May Be Shaped by Whether They Have Daughters

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"CEOs' Decisions May Be Shaped by Whether They Have Daughters":

Recent research suggests one possible way of reducing perceived inequalities in the workplace: Hire CEOs with daughters.

A handful of studies that look at decision-making by chief executives, legislators, judges and venture capitalists suggest those who have daughters are more likely to make decisions that favor more equitable treatment of women.

Read Cheryl Winokur Munk's full article at The Wall Street Journal here…