The Value of Financial Education during Multiple Life Stages is a study that examines the timing of financial education and its impact on short- and long-term financial behavior. It shows that exposure to financial education during multiple life stages leads to a better financial outcome. Advocates and policymakers can stay abreast of the channels of financial education that produce the most fruitful economic and societal gains.
- Philip Gibson, Janine K. Sam, and Yuanshan Cheng
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- Resource Type
- On Effectiveness of Financial Education
- Target Audience
- Contact Information
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