Collaborative Research Networks
Anna Lund, Nadja Jungmann, Pamela Foohey, Christopher Odinet
The Household Finance CRN welcomes scholars studying issues related to household income, credit products and usage, indebtedness, personal insolvency and bankruptcy, and related topics. The research of CRN members covers a wide variety of methods and topics, including how the law affects household finance outcomes, how social norms and law affect household finance decisions, and the evolution of legal and regulatory developments on household finance. CRN membership includes scholars from the fields of economics, law, public health, history, psychology, and sociology and from Australia, Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, and South America. Each year, the Household Finance CRN organizes panels and a social event for attendees to the LSA annual meeting. The CRN does an annual call for proposal in conjunction with the LSA paper submission. The CRN does an annual call for proposals in conjunction with the LSA paper submissions. To join the CRN e-mail list, please contact email@example.com.