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Understanding spending amongst marginalised female communities

Tue, 21 January 2020, 12:30 to 14:30

Gardiner 1, Room 006. (Lunch 12.30–13.00, discussion from 13.00)

International Development Seminar Series 2019-2020

Understanding spending amongst marginalised female communities: the case of Maori women in New Zealand

Speaker: Dr Pushpa Wood (Director - Financial Education and Research Centre, School of Economics and Finance, Massey University, NZ)

The seminar will present findings from a study carried out in New Zealand where the participants took part in voluntarily keeping their spending diaries for a set period. The participants in this study were in two age groups (18-35 years and 35+). The presentation will highlight key findings and lessons learned. It is hoped that the discussion that will follow will help to identify areas of mutual interest and further research.

Please register by emailing FASS-collaborations@open.ac.uk

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