MONEY ATTITUDES VS ECONOMIC SOCIALIZATION IN POLAND

Review of Agricultural and Applied Economics, RAAE, VOL.18, No. 1/2015

ARTICLE TYPE: REGULAR ARTICLE
PUBLISHED: 27.11.2014
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KEYWORDS:
attitude, material values, personality, economic socialization, financial psychology
DOI NUMBER:
10.15414/raae.2015.18.01.11-18
ABSTRACT:
This article concerns the attitudes people have towards money, analysed from an economic and psychological point of view. The article presents an overview of current knowledge on the issues of money attitudes, as well as derived own research derived. This research was designed in order to identify different types of money attitudes as well as their determinants. The study identified five dominant profiles and showed that the most popular is a rational approach, and second – it’s opposite - improvidence. The results have been faced with the most important economic socialization determinants identified during the literature review. The comparison proved to be important, e.g. in the form of receiving pocket money.
JEL CODES:
D12, D14, G02
PAGES:
11 - 18
Please Cite this Article published as:

Aneta KOWALCZYK, Joanna CHUDZIAN (2014) Money Attitudes Vs Economic Socialization In Poland. Review of Agricultural and Applied Economics. XVIII (Number 1, 2014): 11-18. doi: 10.15414/raae.2015.18.01.11-18
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