Policy and research symposium: Income volatility
Author: Prosper Canada
Topic: Financial behaviour/decisions, Financial well-being, Research and evaluation
Publisher: Prosper Canada
Location: Canada, United States
Format: Presentation
Content Type: Prosper Canada Conferences
Publication Date: March 9, 2018

The research and policy symposium on income volatility was held on March 9, 2018, in Toronto, Ontario. Speakers from Canada and the United States present on key research findings on the nature of income and expense volatility in the early 21st Century. Speakers also suggest policy solutions to address the challenges of increasingly volatile household income. 

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