On the Economics and Data of Love, Dating, and Relationships

Last Valentine’s Day, I was asked by my former college organization to deliver a talk on the “data of love, dating, and relationships” as part of their Young Economists’ Lecture and Learning Series at De La Salle University.

TJ Palanca https://www.twitter.com/tjpalanca
08-27-2014

Last Valentine’s Day, I was asked by my former college organization to deliver a talk on the “data of love, dating, and relationships” as part of their Young Economists’ Lecture and Learning Series at De La Salle University.

I thought I’d share the presentation with you and put this up for posterity’s sake. Hopefully, you can piece together what I was talking about.


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@misc{palanca2014on,
  author = {Palanca, TJ},
  title = {TJ Palanca: On the Economics and Data of Love, Dating, and Relationships},
  url = {https://www.tjpalanca.com/posts/2014-08-27-economics-love-dating-relationships/},
  year = {2014}
}