The impact of high school financial education on financial knowledge and choices: Evidence from a randomized trial in Spain.

The impact of high school financial education on financial knowledge and choices: Evidence from a randomized trial in Spain.

Abstract

How a 10-hour course about personal finance delivered in secondary education affects a wide range of student’s outcomes over a three months horizon.

The contents of the course covered budgeting, banking relationship and saving vehicles, but also awareness about future outcomes.

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Tags

Alfabetización financiera Financial education

Additional Information

Date published

01/01/2018

Document Type

Documento de trabajo

Geographies

España

Target

Academics, regulators, policymakers, public authorities

Pages

56

JEL Code

D14, D91, I22, J24

Source

BDE
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