The Nature, Extent, and Significance of Consumer Credit in the United States
economics, consumer credit, United States, credit system
Behavioral Economics | Business | Economics
The economic institution of Credit touches the life of every American. He may believe cash payment, he may even make a sustained, conscious effort toward this end, but if he is employed or an employer, if he sells or buys, if he makes use of any produced good or service, he benefits from, and must pay for, some part of the credit system.
Delsman, B. J. (1961). The Nature, Extent, and Significance of Consumer Credit in the United States (Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Redlands). Retrieved from https://inspire.redlands.edu/cas_honors/983