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  • 28-June-2012

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    OECD/INFE High-level Principles on National Strategies for Financial Education

    The OECD/INFE High level Principles on National Strategies for Financial Education provide international guidance to policy makers with a view to developing evidence-based, co-ordinated and tailored approaches to financial education, both in emerging markets and more advanced economies. G20 Leaders recognised the important role of financial education policies when they endorsed these Principles in 2012.

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  • 19-June-2012

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    G20 Leaders Endorse OECD INFE High-Level Principles on National Strategies for Financial Education

    This endorsement reinforces the role of the Principles as one of the key global guidance instruments on financial education and awareness and as an overarching policy instrument offering governments and public authorities non-binding international guidance and policy options in order to develop efficient national strategies for financial education.

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  • 10-May-2012

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    OECD-Spain Conference on Financial Education

    This financial education conference focused on implementing national strategies for financial education and combining consumer protection and education to support households’ financial wellbeing.

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  • 7-May-2012

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    OECD Special Workshop on Implementation of Financial Education in Schools

    This workshop focused on implementation aspects of financial education in schools and was attended by practitioners, educationists and teachers.

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  • 20-April-2012

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    Current Status of National Strategies for Financial Education: A Comparative Analysis and Relevant Practices, OECD Working Papers on Finance, Insurance and Private Pensions, No.16

    In both developing and developed economies, the awareness of the importance of financial education led to the development of an increasing number of tailored national strategies for financial education. These frameworks promote a smoother and more sustainable co-operation between interested parties and stakeholders, avoid duplication of resources and allow the development of articulated and tailored roadmaps with measurable and

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  • 28-March-2012

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    Measuring Financial Literacy: Results of the OECD International Network on Financial Education (INFE) Pilot Study

    OECD Working Paper on Finance, Insurance and Private Pensions, No.15: This paper presents the findings from a pilot study undertaken in 14 countries. The analysis focuses on variations in financial knowledge, behaviour and attitude across countries and within countries by socio-demographics.

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  • 27-March-2012

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    Detailed guide to evaluating financial education programmes English

    Detailed guide to evaluating financial education programmes English

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  • 9-March-2012

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    Measuring Financial Literacy: Supplementary Questions

    A set of supplementary questions is also available. These are tried-and-tested questions across a range of relevant topics that can be used in addition to the core questionnaire to provide more detail at the national level.

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  • 8-March-2012

    English

    Tackling gender issues in financial literacy

    Financial literacy is recognised as an essential life-skill. On International Women’s Day, this blog discusses gender differences in financial literacy and their potential implications.

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  • 1-March-2012

    English

    Empowering Women Through Financial Awareness and Education, OECD Working Papers on Finance, Insurance and Private Pensions, No.14

    The potential implications of gender differences in financial literacy are far-reaching. This paper describes the findings of a review of the literature on gender differences in financial literacy with the aim to better understand their causes and consequences, as well as possible policy responses. It provides a starting point to collect further evidence, develop analytical work and case studies, and to identify areas that deserve

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