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Global Savings, Assets And Financial Inclusion: Lessons, Challenges, And Directions, Jamie Zimmerman Jul 2007

Global Savings, Assets And Financial Inclusion: Lessons, Challenges, And Directions, Jamie Zimmerman

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Global Savings, Assets and Financial Inclusion: Lessons, Challenges, and Directions


Mis Ida Operations Manual: Management Information System For Individual Development Accounts, Lissa Johnson Jul 2006

Mis Ida Operations Manual: Management Information System For Individual Development Accounts, Lissa Johnson

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MIS IDA Operations Manual: Management Information System for Individual Development Accounts


Asset Building: Increasing Capacity For Performance Measurement And Effects+B200, Amanda Moore Mcbride Jul 2004

Asset Building: Increasing Capacity For Performance Measurement And Effects+B200, Amanda Moore Mcbride

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Asset Building: Increasing Capacity for Performance Measurement and Effects


Effects Of Assets On Attitudes And Behaviors: Advance Test Of A Social Policy Proposal, Gautam N. Yadama Jan 1995

Effects Of Assets On Attitudes And Behaviors: Advance Test Of A Social Policy Proposal, Gautam N. Yadama

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Raising asset limits and creating individual development accounts have been proposed in welfare reform. In part the rationale for these proposals is that assets have positive effects on attitudes and behaviors, including long-term planning, greater work effort, and improved social connectedness. The Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID), between 1968 and 1972, included a wide range of attitude and behavioral measures. In this study, data from the PSID are analyzed to test for the following: a) the effect of assets on attitudes and behaviors; b) the effect of attitudes and behaviors on assets; c) the effect of income on attitudes ...