Marriage Dot EU: The Effect of Internet Usage on Marriage Hazard

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Mario Vozar;
  • Subject: marriage market; divorce; internet;
    • jel: jel:L8 | jel:J12

The rapid growth of internet usage over the last two decades has been influencing many aspects of our life and most noticeably the ways in which people communicate with each other. Therefore, it is appropriate to ask whether the growth of internet usage influences indiv... View more
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