Dirty Money: The Economics of Sex and Love (Paperback)
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Dirty Money: The Economics of Sex and Love (Paperback)

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Paperback 272 Pages / Published: 02/05/2013
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In this witty and revelatory investigation of the so-called dismal science, University of British Columbia professor Marina Adshade skips the usual widgets and uncovers how the market comes to bear on our most intimate decisions: sex, dating, courtship, love, marriage, even breaking up.

The science of 'sexonomics' is born:

How much money does an ugly guy need to have to attract as many women via an online dating site as a hot man?Is modern marriage just an opportunity to consume more goods and services?Does raising the price of beer reduce risky sex?Why does a spike in the sale of sex toys predict an upcoming recession, while an increase in the number of breast lifts indicates a perkier economy is on the way?Which comes first: a prosperous nation or a promiscuous one?

Once you read Dirty Money, you'll never look at your money - or your relationships - the same way again

Publisher: Oneworld Publications
ISBN: 9781780742588
Number of pages: 272
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm


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"A delightful book... Adshade shows that forces of supply and demand indeed loom large in the implicit market for romance." Robert H. Frank

* The New York Times *

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“if Freakonomics got its freak on”

A truly fascinating book. If you enjoyed freakonomics you will enjoy this. It's what I call a "dipper", you can dip in and out of it and enjoy it enormously. It will open your eyes and make you think... More

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