Jon Birger is a contributor to Fortune magazine. A former
senior writing at Fortune and Money, he's an
award-winning freelance journalist who has written for Tiem,
Bloomberg Business Week, and many more. He lives with his
family in New York.
"Think Freakonomics and Moneyball if you run across
Date-onomics, a by-the-numbers book on dating that argues
advice-givers serving up tips for women on how to a find a man have
it all wrong."
"The author...provides fascinating evidence to show how and why dating and mating culture in America has changed in the 21st century."
"Birger offers a compelling argument backed by plentiful data... Recommended, especially for singles and those who advise them."
"A fascinating look at romance and what's going on with the mating rituals of homo sapiens today. This book will surprise and enlighten you."
--AJ Jacobs, New York Times bestselling author of The Year of Living Biblically and Drop Dead Healthy
"Date-onomics is the Moneyball of dating. College-educated women wanting to improve their odds in today's wacky marriage 'market' will be dog-earing its pages."
--Jean Chatzky, NBC's Today show financial editor and New York Times bestselling author
"Birger offers a compelling answer to the question, 'Where are all the good guys?' I would have said 'Argentina.' But now I'm thinking of heading to Aspen. Read Date-onomics and find out why."
--Kristin Newman, author of What I Was Doing While You Were Breeding
"The modern single woman will share this book with her well-meaning friends and family who just can't understand why she's still single--it's not her, it's the date-onomics!"
--Melanie Notkin, author of Savvy Auntie and Otherhood