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Gender differences in financial risk tolerance
The purpose of this research is to explore gender differences in financial risk tolerance using a large, nationally representative dataset, the Survey of Consumer Finances. The impact of the explanatory variables in the ...
Strategic Business Development and Client Prospecting in the Third-Party Apartment Management Industry
Intensifying competition and increasing market demands are forcing many third-party apartment management firms to re-evaluate their approach to business development and client prospecting. In some instances, these companies ...
Comparisons of fabric care performances between conventional and high-efficiency washers and dryers
High-efficiency (HE) washers use 35–50% less water and about 50% less energy per load than conventional washers. However, there has been a consistent debate as to whether HE washers perform better or worse in garment care ...
Effects of price discount on consumers’ perceptions of savings, quality, and value for apparel products: mediating effect of price discount affect
Extending the price–quality–value model (Monroe and Krishnan in The perception of merchandise and store quality 209–232, 1985) and means-end model (Zeithaml in J Mark 52:2–22, 1988), we developed a conceptual model to ...
Bank adaptation to neighborhood change: Mortgage lending and the Community Reinvestment Act
This research explores whether banks strategically leverage regulatory rules for the Community Reinvestment Act that fix a neighborhood's eligibility status over a decade based on a neighborhood's economic trajectory over ...
The Impacts of the Neighborhood Built Environment on Social Capital for Middle-Aged and Elderly Koreans
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between the neighborhood built environment (NBE) aspects of age-friendly cities and communities (AFCCs) and social capital in the Korean context. We described ...