Debt behavior of the population in a context of the sociological analysis


Results of sociological researches of installations of townsmen of Ivanovo on debt behaviour are analyzed in the given article. Researches are spent by the author in 2008-2009. Possibilities of the analysis of variance and factorial analysis for definition a determinant of debt behaviour are used. Special attention is given to construction of typology of economic behaviour of the population.

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