The Economics of College Sex

April 17, 2011 in Daily Bulletin

Slate Magazine took a look at “Sexonomics” and what it says about the supply, demand, and price of teenaged sex. Find out more after the break.

The article examines why, despite the emerging academic gap between men and women in college, men still appear to have the “upper-hand” in sex. It also finds that sex conforms quite neatly to the laws of supply and demand with university’s that have an undersupply of women having a higher incidence of committed relationships.

Source: Slate