This study, consisting of behavioral experiments conducted by neuroscientists, find that not only are Women more likely to be generous and men more likely to be selfish, but that there is a neurological explanation for such differences. To wit, Women's brains tend to reward prosocial (unselfish) behavior where as men's brains tend to reward selfish behavior. The brain's reward center (the striatum, which releases a hit of dopamine as the reward) was found to differentially activated in that regard in these experiments. Thus, at a neurological level, Women are essentially rewarded for kindness, while men are rewarded for being jerks. Gee, who woulda thunk it?
Of course, the perennial "nature versus nurture" question inevitably comes into play here, and the researchers predictably conclude that their findings are more likely due to nurture than nature. But I believe that it is, at the very least, a bit of both, if not more nature than nurture, as any explanation for the findings that relies entirely on nurture really seems to merely coast toward such a conclusion.
Thus, this study should lend support to the idea that Women are likely much better leaders than men, and that their feminine paradigm of leadership would be superior as well. And any economy run by Women is likely to eventually tend toward a gift economy rather than an exchange economy like we have now under patriarchy. Remember, the literal meaning of "community" is "free sharing of gifts" in the original Latin. So what are we waiting for? Let the planetary healing begin!
And to all the men reading this: DO NOT take this study as license to be selfish jerks! Women's kindness and generosity is NOT a weakness, and it is NOT unlimited, so stop treating it like it is unless you really want to see their dark side (yes, it does exist, and I strongly advise against activating it, ever). Remember, when Women are happy, the world is happy. And when they are not, watch out, fellas!