English, Article edition: Consumer debt in the UK: Attitudes and implications Christine Ironfield-Smith; Kevin Keasey; Barbara Summers; ...

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Title
  • Consumer debt in the UK: Attitudes and implications
Author
  • Christine Ironfield-Smith
  • Kevin Keasey
  • Barbara Summers
  • Darren Duxbury
  • Robert Hudson
Physical Description
  • article
Notes
  • Some sections of society have expressed concerns that consumer debt has risen to a dangerous level. However, there is little evidence regarding how consumers themselves feel about debt. This paper reports up-to-date findings from the International Institute of Banking and Financial Services’ Financial Well-being Survey about consumers’ attitudes towards debt in general and their current levels of borrowing. The implications for the financial services industry and its regulation are discussed.
  • Consumer credit, Over-indebtedness
  • RePEc:eme:jfrcpp:v:13:y:2005:i:2:p:132-141
Language
  • English
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