Household Finances and the ‘ Big Five ’ Personality Traits

@inproceedings{Brown2011HouseholdFA,
  title={Household Finances and the ‘ Big Five ’ Personality Traits},
  author={Sarah Brown and Kendra C. Taylor},
  year={2011}
}
Household Finances and the ‘Big Five’ Personality Traits We explore the relationship between household finances and personality traits from an empirical perspective. Specifically, using individual level data drawn from the British Household Panel Survey, we analyse the influence of personality traits on financial decisionmaking at the individual level focusing on decisions regarding unsecured debt acquisition and financial assets. Personality traits are classified according to the ‘Big Five… CONTINUE READING
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