80,000 people, 76 nations, representative sampling, reflecting 90% of both the world population...the more that women have equal opportunities, the more they differ from men in their preferences
Sex differences in preferences widen as gender equality increases (r= .56). Using incentivized choice data from 80,000 individuals in 76 countries, men and women's preferences (e.g., trust, risk-taking) diverged more strongly in more egalitarian countries.
Relationship of gender differences in preferences to economic development and gender equality | Science