Variety of approaches used for family decision-making worldwide 2012

Has family decision-making become less hierarchical and more collaborative in general?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Aug 20, 2012
Variety of approaches used for family decision-making worldwide 2012 This survey presents the results of a quantitative online survey conducted in 2012. Survey respondents were asked regarding the variety of approaches used for family decision-making. The survey revealed that some 56 percent of families use the 'board of directors' approach, where ultimately the parents make the final decisions, but seek their childrens' input beforehand.
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Has family decision-making become less hierarchical and more collaborative in general?

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