Title:Is there enough?: managing family finances and the experience of financial strain in middle-income families.
Author(s):Budd, Jamie Lynne
Subject:Family – finances
Publisher:University of Calgary
Place of Publication:Calgary
Date of Publication:2010

Within the span of three years, the provincial economy transitioned from boom to bust as the global economic recession took its toll on Alberta. This research seeks to understand the financial impacts of these changes on the everyday life of middle-income families in Calgary.

 Material Type:Thesis

F. SOCIAL ISSUES/F.11 FAMILY/2010 Investing in childrensfutures.pdf

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