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Incentives, Marriage, and Economics

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America’s marriage rate has been on the decline for the past 50 years, leading esteemed sociologists, politicians, and economists to start evaluating the marketplace of marriage to determine the root cause behind our society’s sudden lapse into matrimonial apathy. Even the brains behind my favorite podcast, Freakonomics, have devoted their past two episodes to a discussion on why anybody should marry.

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  1. Jodaph
    February 26, 2014 at 2:16 AM

    Thanks for the reblog!

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