Ortega explained over Skype that while he'd been witnessing the trend all around him, he realized he "had no idea" what the experience or real-world impacts could be. So Ortega, an economics lecturer at the University of Essex, and Hergovich, who's pursuing a PhD in economics at the University of Vienna, decided to test their hypotheses on how the internet has changed modern dating by crunching the numbers. To investigate the effects of online dating over time, they developed a theoretical framework and mathematical models which harnessed previous such exercises, decades' worth of data, and good old game-theoretic stability. The team also sought to account for other potential factors, such as rising Asian and Hispanic populations in the US.
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