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Networth Parity Post - Bankruptcy: Policy Considerations for Investments in Human Capital
Business & Bankruptcy Law Journal (2016)
  • Lance Palmer
  • Vibha Bhargava
  • Richard Stebbins
  • Swarn Chatterjee
Abstract
This paper examines the enabling factors associated with post-bankruptcy recovery of individuals. The results indicate that individuals with longer working horizons were more likely to attain 'Comparable Relative Financial Well-being' (CRFW) when recovering from bankruptcy. The self-employed individuals, individuals with greater stocks of human and social capital, and individuals with larger amounts of protected assets were more likely to attain CRFW when recovering from bankruptcy than others.
Keywords
  • Networth,
  • Bankruptcy,
  • Human Capital,
  • Social Capital,
  • Financial Planning,
  • Wealth Management,
  • Self-employed
Publication Date
Spring 2016
Citation Information
Lance Palmer, Vibha Bhargava, Richard Stebbins and Swarn Chatterjee. "Networth Parity Post - Bankruptcy: Policy Considerations for Investments in Human Capital" Business & Bankruptcy Law Journal Vol. 3 Iss. 1 (2016) p. 125 - 148
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/swarn_chatterjee/15/