Donald Trump's election has made men more aggressive negotiators, according to a new study

Wharton assistant professor Corinne Low didn’t set out to test the effect Donald Trump’s election might have on men’s and women’s negotiating patterns last year. A gender and family economist, she was looking more broadly into gender differences in communication styles, using experiments to look at how men and women negotiate with one another in a lab at Wharton, the University of Pennsylvania’s business school. 

But after the November election, she noticed something interesting in her data. Comparing the results from lab tests she ran during early and late October with tests she ran the week after the election, she

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