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Online dating has already altered romance, and it may be on its way to altering society more broadly by changing the way that people from different groups make connections.
A standard model of marriage markets works like this.
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But much of the intuition behind the model is fairly straightforward.
Their focus is on the implications of online-dating for interracial marriage.
Here's a figure from their paper, showing the upward trend in interracial marriage (in this data, marriage of newlyweds) over time.
As it explains under the diagram, "The red, green, and purple lines represent the creation of Match.com, OKCupid, and Tinder, three of the largest dating websites." They argue that it is not a coincidence that the rate of interracial marriage rises faster than it's long-term trend as dating websites arrive.
Again, those who like the proposal they receive can retain it, without saying "yes," and the cycle continues until no one wants to make any additional proposals.
At that point, all those who have retained a desired proposal say "yes." This is an application of the famous Gale-Shapley algorithm, which was part of justification behind the 2012 Nobel price in economics.
In the Ortega and Hergovich, people belong to certain communities, and at first you can only marry someone from within your community.