How do we define Financial Hardship? How prevalent is it in Australian society? What are the common 'triggers' that can lead people into a place of Financial Hardship? Evgenia Bourova from Melbourne Law School shares her research on living with debt you can't repay.
Evegnia Bourova is a Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne, Melbourne Law School. This research comes from the Financial Hardship Project.
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*CORRECTION: Blaize mentions that the research was conducted in 2019. This is incorrect, the surey was carried out in 2015 and published late 2018.
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