Economics of online dating

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Hitsch, G., Hortaçsu, A., & Ariely, D. (2010). Matching and sorting in online dating. The American Economic Review, 100(1), 130–163.

Lee, S., & Niederle, M. (2014). Propose with a rose? Signaling in internet dating markets. Experimental Economics, 18(4), 731–755.

Bapna, R., Ramaprasad, J., Shmueli, G., & Umyarov, A. (2016). One-way mirrors in online dating: A randomized field experiment. Management Science, 62(11), 3100–3122.

Neyt, B., Vandenbulcke, S., & Baert, S. (2019). Are men intimidated by highly educated women? Undercover on Tinder. Economics of Education Review, 73.

Chen, K.-M., Hsieh, Y.-W., & Lin, M.-J. (2019). Prediction and Congestion in Two-Sided Markets: Economist Versus Machine Matchmakers.

Xu, Y., & Yang, H. (2019). Targeted search with horizontal differentiation in the marriage market. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 164(December), 31–62.

Gal-Or, E. (2020). Market segmentation on dating platforms. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 68, 102558.

Cheremukhin, A., Restrepo-Echavarria, P., & Tutino, A. (2020). Targeted search in matching markets. Journal of Economic Theory, 185, 104956.

Egebark, J., Ekström, M., Plug, E., & van Praag, M. (2021). Brains or beauty? Causal evidence on the returns to education and attractiveness in the online dating market. Journal of Public Economics, 196, 104372.