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Launch of the OECD/INFE 2020 International Survey of Adult Financial Literacy

 

OECD/INFE 2020 International Survey of Adult Financial Literacy

Date of publication
25 June 2020
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This report provides measures of financial inclusion including elements of financial resilience and a newly-created score on financial well-being.

Twenty-six countries and economies, including 12 OECD countries, participated in this international survey of financial literacy, using the 2018 OECD/INFE toolkit to collect cross-comparable data. The survey results report the overall financial literacy scores, as computed following the OECD/INFE methodology and definition, and their elements of knowledge, behaviour, and attitudes.

The data used in this report are drawn from national surveys undertaken using and submitted to the OECD as part of a co-ordinated measurement exercise; as well as data gathered as part of the OECD/INFE Technical Assistance Project for Financial Education in South East Europe.

   

WEBINAR: Launch of the survey results

Thursday, 25 June 2020

 

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The presentation recalled the financial literacy scores and focused on insights from elements of financial inclusion, well-being and the experiences of different groups.

Senior representatives of OECD/INFE Members who participated in the comparative survey discussed how they have used data to enlighten financial education policies; how useful it has been to have waves of surveys and comparative data, and comparative international results.

 

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