Jozica Kutin

Academic and Money Love Lab Curator

Jozica Kutin’s research focusses on (preventing) economic abuse in young adult relationships and developing relationship-based financial capabilities. She has a PhD in Economics, Finance and Marketing and a Masters Degree in Forensic Psychology. She is a researcher in the School of Economics, Finance and Marketing at RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia. With her background in forensic psychology Jozica has worked in diverse research areas such as asthma epidemiology, prisons, drug and alcohol, and youth services.

Thesis: Thesis title: Exploring how economic abuse manifests in young adult relationships.  Available at[removed]au/view/rmit:162761

Here are the links to my papers:

Kutin, J., Reid, M., & Russell, R. (2019). Special World Social Marketing Conference edition. What is this thing called money? Economic abuse in young adult relationships. Journal of Social Marketing, 9(1), 111-128. doi: 10.1108/JSOCM-03-2018-0028[removed]insight/content/doi/10.1108/[removed]JSOCM-03-2018-0028/full/html

Kutin, J., Russell, R., & Reid, M. (2017). Economic abuse between intimate partners in Australia: prevalence, health status, disability and financial stress. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 41(3), 269-274. doi:10.1111/1753-6405.12651


Kutin (2019) Exploring how economic abuse manifests in young adult relationships. Available at[removed]au/view/rmit:162761

I’m currently working with developing a web based toolkit for young adults with YLab and Today Design (see: Interviewed by Rochelle Senerviratna, Producer at Today Design[removed]young-love-and-money-a-[removed]balancing-act and see

Video from Ylab


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