They took data from "thousands of decisions made by more than 400 daters from Columbia University's various graduate and professional schools".
Another consequence is that western men in relationships with Asian women are frowned upon, even if the relationship is loving and equal.
As one man says, "I like this girl a lot, but I don't want people to judge me because she's Asian".
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In 2007, economist Ray Fisman, in a two-year study he co-authored on dating preferences among Columbia University students, did not find evidence of a general preference among white men for Asian women.Furthermore, the study found that there is a significantly higher pairing of white men with East Asian women because East Asian women discriminate against black and Hispanic/Latino men.As quoted on Slate.com, We found no evidence of the stereotype of a white male preference for East Asian women.However, we also found that East Asian women did not discriminate against white men (only against black and Hispanic men).As a result, the white man-Asian woman pairing was the most common form of interracial dating—but because of the women's neutrality, not the men's pronounced preference.Men don't seem to discriminate based on race when it comes to dating. The study was carried out over two years and was conducted by economists Ray Fisman (lead researcher from Columbia University) and Emir Kamenica (University of Chicago), as well as psychologists Sheena Iyengar (Columbia University) and Itamar Simonson (Stanford University).