The closer we look at online dating markets, the more we see differences in the firms, the users, and the attitudes.
Why We Have a Chores Gap
Especially evident during pandemic lockdowns, at home we have a chores gap that determines who does the housework.
COVID’s Divorce Rate Surprises
I suspect that you (as did I) will find the newest numbers on the divorce rate rather surprising. Six Facts: Covid Divorce Rates 1. Pre-Pandemic for the U.S. Before the pandemic began, divorce rates had been trending downward: 2.…
How Dating Markets Have Changed
As they replace the traditional ways that couples meet each other, onlne dating markets are reducing the role of friends and family.
A Labor Day Look at Our Time Squeeze
On this Labor Day, we can explain the “middle-class time squeeze” by looking at how time/money tradeoffs changed a family’s division of labor.
How the Location of Creative Talent is Changing
Comparing 2005 to 2017, we would see a spread in the geography of creative talent that could stimulate growth in stagnant U.S. regions.
How An Elite College Determines Your Future
Students and their parents might be surprised that a diploma from an elite college might not have the life-changing impact they expect.
Why Daylight Saving Time is Good For Us
With Daylight Saving Time (DST) having just begun, we might find that shifting sunlight from the morning to the evening has made us safer.
What Men and Women Want in a Mate
By identifying the decisions that men and women make while speed dating, we can see where they rank intelligence, attractiveness and ambition.