UBC Professor of Economics, Author of 'Dollars and Sex'
Marina Adshade has spent the last ten years teaching economics and engaging in original economic research. In 2008, she launched an undergraduate course titled Economics of Sex and Love, which invited students to approach questions of sex and love through an economist’s lens. The class was an immediate hit with students and, by the time the first term started, had generated international media attention.
The class led to a blog – Dollars and Sex – on the online knowledge forum Big Think (named the number one news and information website by Time Magazine in 2011) and almost immediately became one of the best-read series on that site, attracting over three quarters of a million unique visitors. As of April 2013, Dollars and Sex has appeared at Psychology Today.
Dr. Adshade’s first book, Dollars and Sex: How Economics Influences Sex and Love, was published in the Spring of 2013.
Dr. Adshade is a regular columnist with Canadian Business Magazine and has written for the Wall Street Journal, the Daily Mail (UK), the Sunday Times (UK) and the Globe and Mail. She has made numerous TV appearances on CTV and CBC, interviews on CBC Radio and National Public Radio (US), online panel discussions, international and domestic print media and podcasts in Canada and the US.
Marina delivers insights into the human condition of love, sex, and what modern relationships look like with humour and conviction. Incredible addition to any event.
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