Employment and Jobs

Maureen Conway on low-income workers, the on-demand workforce, and behavioral finance

October 21, 2015  • Maureen Conway

Maureen Conway explains the challenges low- and moderate-income workers face in the on-demand workforce and the implications for consumer financial decision making.

Maureen Conway is the executive director of the Economic Opportunities Program and vice president at the Aspen Institute. She participated in this panel, “The Changing Behavioral Finance Landscape: Technology and the On-Demand Workforce” as part of the 2015 Behavioral Finance Forum. The Aspen Institute partnered with the RAND Corporation and the Institute for the Future to host the event in Washington, DC, on October 21, 2015.