Center on Assets, Education, and Inclusion

  1. Extending savings accounts to young people: Lessons from two decades of theory and research and implications for policy

    Citation

    Friedline, T. (2014). Extending savings accounts to young people: Lessons from two decades of theory and research and implications for policy. In R. Cramer & T. Williams Shanks (Eds.), The assets perspective: The rise of asset building and its impacts on social policy (pp. 203–223). New York, NY: Palgrave MacMillan.

    Authors

    Friedline, Terri

    Children's Savings Account Chapter Year 2014

  2. Solving the paradox of high college expectations: The role of children’s savings accounts

    Citation

    Elliott, W. (2014). Solving the paradox of high college expectations: The role of children’s savings accounts. In R. Cramer & T. Williams Shanks (Eds.), The assets perspective: The rise of asset building and its impacts on social policy. New York, NY: Palgrave MacMillan.

    Authors

    Elliott III, William

    Children's Savings Account Chapter Year 2014