Trends in getting married and single parenting display that the impact of marriage can be income inequality.
Further evidence that economics is everywhere, a behavioral economist knows how to incentivize exercise through temptation bundling.
Combining our “wants”and “shoulds” into temptation bundling, we wind up with a commitment device that helps us keep our New Year’s resolutions.
To find out if a relationship will last, you can ask the New York Federal Reserve Bank about credit cards and assortative mating.
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