Apropos to our entry of March 1st, The Wall Street Journal reported yesterday on a study in Denmark (in a short column entitled "The Boss’s Daughter"), that the gender wage gap (where women consistently earn less than men for the same job) is narrowed slightly when the male head of the company has a daughter.  

More interesting, the same study reports that if the daughter is the male CEO’s first child, the gap is narrowed even more.  Perhaps most interesting is that where the head of the company was a female, there was no change in the gender gap when she had a daughter.

Any comments on what these results may indicate are welcomed!