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On today’s show, we’ll be discussing Paul’s book, Everything I Needed to Know About Economics I Learned from Online Dating. To start with, I’m sure our listeners will want to know what led you to write this book in the first place.
Paul Oyer (): I’m a labor economist, so I spend my life studying the way firms and workers get together.
I hadn’t really been on the dating market since before I became an economist.
When I went back to dating, which I did by online dating in the fall of 2010, I immediately saw the parallels between what I studied as a labor economist and what I was experiencing as someone out in the dating market.
Roadside MBA (with Michael Mazzeo and Scott Schaefer) is a non-technical Strategy guide for small businesses based on the authors’ extensive travel around the US interviewing small business owners.
Before moving to the GSB in 2000, Paul was on the faculty of the Kellogg School at Northwestern University.
One of them is to think about where you can find a big market for the type of person you’re looking for.
It’s what an economist would call, “looking for a thick market.” What you want to do is think about whether you would rather be on or on some little local dating site, because the choices are going to be much greater. _____ Jasbina Ahluwalia (): Which people have you found that are most sought after on online dating sites? Paul Oyer (): The research on this is very clear and it’s a little bit disappointing in some ways. The stereotypes about what men and women are interested in turn out to be true, so the best on-average men care about how women look. _____ Jasbina Ahluwalia (): I’m curious, did you tell the women from your online dating experience about your book project?
We and our guests discuss relationships and health and wellness, each of which contributes to meaningful and fulfilling lives. I’m a former practicing lawyer and the Founder of Intersections Match, the only elite national personalized matchmaking company focused on singles of South Asian descent nationwide in the US.