On Britain’s changing spending habits

By | March 15, 2010

Bars of soap, lipstick and pitta bread are out; hair straighteners, garlic bread and Blu-ray disc players are in. The latest shake-up of the shopping “basket” used to measure UK inflation shines a light on Britain’s changing spending habits.

Check the article here.

Anybody knows of any contemporary anthropological studies of changes in consumption/spending habits?

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