Jon Birger, author of "Date-Onomics: How Dating Became a Lopsided Numbers Game," said he took on the economics, sociology and demographics of dating to help women realize that the hookup culture – a decline in marriage rates among the college educated and a dearth of marriage-worthy men willing to commit – are byproducts of lopsided gender ratios and a huge undersupply of the male variety.
Jon Birger, author of "Date-Onomics: How Dating Became a Lopsided Numbers Game," said he took on the economics, sociology and demographics of dating to help women realize that the hookup culture – a decline in marriage rates among the college educated and a dearth of marriage-worthy men willing to commit – are byproducts of lopsided gender ratios and a huge undersupply of the male variety. Workman Publishing AP
Jon Birger, author of "Date-Onomics: How Dating Became a Lopsided Numbers Game," said he took on the economics, sociology and demographics of dating to help women realize that the hookup culture – a decline in marriage rates among the college educated and a dearth of marriage-worthy men willing to commit – are byproducts of lopsided gender ratios and a huge undersupply of the male variety. Workman Publishing AP