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11/29/2004: How Does Marriage Affect Asset Allocation in Women's Defined Contribution Plans? (PDF) (Center for Retirement Research at Boston College)
20 pages. Excerpt: "Past studies that examine gender differences in investment decisions have treated married households as a single decision-making unit. This study improves upon traditional unitary bargaining models and estimates a series of unitary and collective-type models to investigate how a husband's age and relative control over financial resources affects the allocation[.]"
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