People in most cultures view sexual fidelity as one of the key foundations of a strong marital relationship. When a person engages in extramarital affairs, irrespective of the length of involvement in such an activity and whether or not the spouse is aware of it, the mutual 'trust' in 'sexual fidelity' takes an intrinsic blow. This paper explores the causes behind extramarital affairs from an economic perspective by statistically testing the hypothesis that the numbers of extramarital affairs people have depend on demographic characteristics of the population.
"What Makes People Infidel? An Analysis of the Influence of Demographics on Extramarital Affairs,"
Undergraduate Economic Review:
1, Article 5.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.iwu.edu/uer/vol8/iss1/5