Using Economics to Master Love, Marriage and Dirty Dishes

eBook - 2011
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Marriage is a mysterious, often irrational business. Making it work till death do you part--or just till the end of the week--isn't always easy. And no one ever handed you a user's manual. Until now. Here, Paula Szuchman and Jenny Anderson offer something new: a clear-eyed, rational route to demystifying your disagreements and improving your relationship. The key, they propose, is to think like an economist. Economics is the study of resource allocation, after all. How do we--as partners in a society, a business, or a marriage--spend our limited time, money, and energy? And how do we allocate these resources most efficiently? Spousonomics answers these questions by taking classic economic concepts and applying them to the domestic front.--From publisher description.
Publisher: New York : Random House, c2011
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xvi, 332 p.) : ill
Additional Contributors: Anderson, Jenny 1972-


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Feb 04, 2019

I try to learn something reading these marriage books but the more I read them the more I realize there is nothing wrong with my marriage and things are good.

Maybe i should a known better that I'm not interested in economics nor am I from nyc.

Dont get married if you dont know for sure


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