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Money Knowledge or Money Myths? Results of a population survey on money and the monetary order – ERRATUM

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  06 October 2020

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The publisher apologises that when originally published the affiliations were listed with incorrect details included and should not have contained Ringgold standard institution

The correct affiliation should have read: University of Graz, Department of Sociology – School of Business, Economics and Social Sciences, Graz, Austria

The online version of this article has been updated to correct this affiliation.

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Kraemer, K., Jakelja, L., Brugger, F., & Nessel, S. (2020). Money Knowledge or Money Myths? Results of a population survey on money and the monetary order. European Journal of Sociology, 149. doi:10.1017/S0003975620000119CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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