Payday Lending in Canada in a global context

Payday Lending in Canada in a global context

A Mature Business with Chronic Challenges

This book analyzes the very contentious payday lending industry, presenting valuable brand brand new information gathered during Canada’s current regulatory reviews and showing its relevance to payday lending conversations place worldwide that is taking. The writers treat the industry having a balanced hand by developing its value for instance of financialization and acknowledging the complex effect of payday financing solutions on low-income and credit-constrained customers. Up-to-date information from an interdisciplinary mixture of monetary, econometric, appropriate, behavioral financial, and socioeconomic sources—all in the context of a well established Canadian industry—provide both proponents and opponents of payday financing with valuable evidence because of their talks of just how much legislation is needed to minmise harmful effects. These insights from Canada expand a conversation that is us-centric offer a vital resource for the growing listing of nations when the industry exists, through the British and Poland to Southern Africa and Australia.

Jerry Buckland is Professor of Global Developing Studies, Menno Simons University, Canadian Mennonite University, Canada. Chris Robinson is Professor of Finance, class of Administrative Studies, York University, Canada.Brenda Spotton Visano is Professor of Economics and Public Policy, Department of Economics, the institution of Public Policy & management, York University, Canada. (meer…)

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