Financial literacy and inclusive growth in the European Union

Financial literacy and inclusive growth in the European Union

Abstract

Financial literacy as a part of the research agenda and policy design globally

Growing financialization and complexity demands financial literacy to be an integral part of the research agenda and policy design globally. It applies particularly to developed countries, since research findings suggest that financial literacy becomes more important with higher levels of economic development.

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Economic development Financial literacy

Authors

Uuriintuya Batsaikhan

Maria Demertzis

Deputy Director of Bruegel

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Date published

01/05/2018

Document Type

Report

Geographies

Europa

Target

Regulators, policymakers, Public Authorities

Pages

18

Source

Bruegel
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