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That said I greatly enjoyed reading Paul Oyer's book.
She probably didn't reject you because you didn't signal hard enough, but I'm afraid one could take that away as one of the things taught in this book.
Plus, he does not even try to put any effort to explain the research findings but just describe it like a fact (At least show me some graphs, right?).
I especially liked the beginning, when the reader gets to know the author a bit and he describes his online dating experiences. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Harpswell
A lovely book for learning about economics in a fun way - definitely a great way to pick up the key concepts without having to wade through a complex textbook. Read morePublished 2 months ago by J M Keynes
the economic explanation of online-dating can be extended to many other fields. Very good book and being worthy of reading time.Published 3 months ago by snow
Easy to read, full of interesting comparisons and correlation, this book made me look at economics and dating from new perspective.Published 6 months ago by Anna
This is definitely one of the best economics books I have ever read. It's not just about online dating or dating in general. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Scott Nikolai
1.This book is very short, not much depth, no graph to backup the arguement.
2. I don't see how the author link the Economics and Online dating together beside just... Read more
This is a great book. As a professional in the field i found the book highly informative and i could not put it down. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Ayman Farahat
Interesting and easy to read - read it on a cross country flight. I learned as much about online dating as I learned about economics. :-)Published 9 months ago by Patrick Lefler