Finance Ethics

Finance Ethics

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18 In 2008, the average amount of credit debt per household with more than one card [in the United States] was more than $8, 000. ... of each billing period, they are a€œa way of borrowing money withoutsecurity, so[they substitute] . . . for other forms of unsecured lending . ... The question is not simply whether targeting people with poor credit ratings is financially rewarding for credit card companies but alsoanbsp;...

Title:Finance Ethics
Author: John R. Boatright
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons - 2010-08-13

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