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The Economics of Dating:

How Economics Can Help Explain Vegas, Spring Break, and Relationships


Professor Ninos Malek, De Anza College

Wednesday, February 9, 2022
7:00pm Eastern Time (4:00pm Pacific)


Looking for insight into relationships and dating?  Join us for a pre-Valentine’s Day webinar with economics professor Dr. Ninos Malek, who will provide an entertaining and unique insight about how to use economic reasoning to improve your love life and romantic relationships.

Following a 50 minute presentation, Professor Malek will take Q&A from the audience.  Webinars are scheduled to last 60 minutes.

Professor Malek is a tenured Economics professor at De Anza College in Cupertino, California and a Lecturer at San Jose State University, where he has been a finalist for the Outstanding Lecturer Award and winner of the College of Social Sciences Teaching Excellence Award (2018–19).  He teaches principles of macroeconomics, principles of microeconomics, economics of public issues, and intermediate microeconomics.  He also taught Government/Economics and Advanced Placement Economics at Valley Christian High School in San Jose, California from 1998-2003 and again from 2006-2014.  His previous experience also includes teaching principles of microeconomics and principles of macroeconomics at George Mason University.