Household Economic Behaviors
For decades, the traditional model of household economic behavior assumed a nuclear family and a standardized structure. But recent seismic shifts in family composition (e.g., childless, cohabiting, blended) and in the ways family members shop, save, and work are bringing challenges to the unitary m...
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New York, NY :
Springer New York,
International Series on Consumer Science
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