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Wealth and Poverty in Close Personal Relationships: Money Matters

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Edited by: Susan Millns, Simone Wong

ISBN13: 9781472469861
To be Published: March 2017
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £95.00



At a time of global and domestic economic crisis, the financial aspects of domestic and familial relationships are more important and more strained than ever before. The focus of this book is on the distribution of wealth and poverty in traditional and non-traditional familial relationships. The volume takes an interdisciplinary approach to explore the way in which money matters are structured and governed within close personal relationships and the extent to which they have an impact on the nature and economic dynamics of relationships. As such, the key areas of investigation are the extent to which participation in the labour market, unpaid care giving, inheritance, pensions and welfare reform have an impact on familial relationships. The authors also explore governmental and legal responses by investigating the privileging of certain types of domestic relationships, through fiscal and non-fiscal measures, and the differential provision on relationship breakdown. The impact of budget and welfare cuts is also examined for their effect on equality in domestic relationships.

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Subjects:
Family Law
Contents:
Introduction
Credit and Debt in Close Personal Relationships, Jackie Goode
The Impact of Intra Household Differences in Deprivation and Coping on Well Being, Sara Cantillon
Ownership and the Distribution of Money in Spanish Dual-Income Couples: Gender Differences and Policy Implications, Sandra Dema Moreno and Capitolina Diaz Martinez
Autonomy, Identity and Ageing: Older Couples and the Management of Household Money, Debora Price
Seeking Solidarity in Europe: The Impact of Spending Cuts and Plans For Recovery on the Gendered Distribution of Wealth Within Families, Susan Millns
Contractual Thinking in Initimate Relationships, Tone Sverdrup
Must Equal Mean Identical? Robert Leckey
The Universal Credit: Isomorphism in Tax Institutions, Ann Mumford
Death And The Distribution Of Property Of Unmarried Cohabitants, Simone Wong
Child Support: Is the Thrust Towards Individual Responsibility and Now Private Agreement in Relation to Child Support Compatible with the Drive to Eradicate Child Poverty in the UK? Heather Keating
Value in Personal Relationships and the Reallocation of Property on Divorce, Craig Lind