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Sofiia Pevganen
Money Management Practices in Institutional Context: Cross-Country Comparison
7
2019
Within the institutional approach, family and family practices are a social construct that can be influenced by external structural factors. At the same time, the development of gender studies demonstrates the relevance of considering the relationship of contexts according to the intersectional approach. Hence, using the method of multi-level analysis and based on ISSP data, we found out that the individual practices of money management in the family are influenced by external institutions, both formal, which include political and economic institutions, and informal, particularly the concept of gender. In addition, external factors, for example, social policy regimes, can construct the interrelation of factors at the individual level with the choice of the type of money management.

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