Family Finances, Individualisation and Access to Credit in the Electronic EconomyISER External Seminars

This paper will present and discuss empirical data suggesting
that couples are becoming more individualised in their financial
arrangements. Data on spending responsibilities and on access to
credit will be used to explore the implications of
Finally, a wider view of the issue will be developed, using
evidence on money management from other parts of the world, and
particularly from sub-Saharan Africa.

Presented by:

Jan Pahl (School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research, University of Kent)

Date & time:

8 May 2006 15:00 pm - 7 May 2006 23:00 pm

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