University of Arizona | Tucson, AZ | 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Let's Talk Money!
We're turning the tables and inviting you to join the discussion as we dive deeper into the minds of credit union members. We invite you to join us for this one-day colloquium filled with research and insights from world-class thinkers, immediately followed by facilitated discussions to apply these ideas to your credit union.
Professor Hope Schau, a Filene research fellow and Professor of Marketing at the University of Arizona , is leading a multi-year research effort to explore emerging societal trends associated with financial decision-making. Understanding money behaviors, like borrowing, saving, and wealth management, within key demographics, such as Millennials, can help credit unions better serve existing members and appeal to new ones.
Register now to secure your spot!
- Filene Fellow Hope Schau, University of Arizona - Money Chatter: How Millennials Talk, Type, and Think about Debt.
- Professor Mrinal Ghosh, University of Arizona - In Vitro and Money Management: How Everyday People Navigate Complex Decisions.
- Richard Swart, PhD, University of California, Irvine - Shifting Demand: Toward Start-Ups or Away from Traditional Banking.
- Professor Tonya Williams Bradford, University of California, Irvine - When Money Isn’t Fungible.
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For more information please contact Beth Schnabel.
Filene's Center for Consumer Decision Making is generously sponsored by: