Corpus ID: 4815141

Strategic Interaction in the Sex Market

@inproceedings{Morrow2007StrategicII,
  title={Strategic Interaction in the Sex Market},
  author={Jo Anne Morrow and Yoav Sivan},
  year={2007}
}
There have been few attempts to empirically explain the pursuit of short term relationships and sex in a formal context. Previous work has lamented the paucity of empirical studies which utilize incentive driven behavior to draw conclusions and recommend policy. We develop a model of social network formation through sexual matching, provide an empirical approach derived from the model and apply it to a population of high interest. Specifically, we apply the approach to a population of sexually… Expand
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