University of Arizona | Tucson, AZ | 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
The Center for Consumer Decision Making hosted its second annual colloquium on Nov 8.
Filene Fellow Hope Schau and other distinguished guests shared new research on consumers' financial decision making, and lead provocative discussions that pushed credit unions to think creatively about how to serve their members.
To download the slide decks, click on the presentation titles below:
- Hope Schau, University of Arizona - Money Talks: How Each Generation Approaches Finances
- Janet Schwartz, Tulane University - Practical Insights from Ulysses: How Precommitment Helps Us Achieve Goals
- Mary Gilly, University of California Irvine - Target is the Devil! How Indebted Consumers Deal with Temptation
- Tim Ogden, New York University - U.S. Financial Diaries: A Revealing Look at How Everyday Americans Manage Money
- Past Self, Meet Future Self - Consumers from multiple generations will discuss how their financial lives have been (or could be) impacted by their decisions.
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