December 20-21, 2010 – Presentations available for download
Venue: Collegio Carlo Alberto – Moncalieri (Turin)
The workshop has been organized within the study “Financial Literacy: Evidence and Implications for Retirement Planning, Saving Behavior, and Financial Education Programs” funded by Netspar and coordinated by CeRP. The event provided an international comparison of financial literacy, with the presentation and discussion of country-specific papers based on a common framework.
The papers presented at the workshop will all be considered for a special issue of the Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, due out in October 2011.
The programme of the event can be found here.
“Financial Literacy and Retirement Planning in New Zealand” by Diana Crossan and David Feslier
“Financial Literacy, Retirement Preparation and Pension Expectations in The Netherlands” by Rob Alessie, Maarten Van Rooij and Annamaria Lusardi
“Financial Literacy and Pension Plan Participation in Italy” by Elsa Fornero and Chiara Monticone
“Financial Literacy and Retirement Planning in the United States” by Annamaria Lusardi and Olivia Mitchell
“Financial Literacy and Retirement Planning in Germany” by Tabea Bucher-Koenen and Annamaria Lusardi
“Financial Literacy and Retirement Planning in Sweden” by Johan Almenberg and Jenny Säve-Södenbergh
“Financial Literacy and Retirement Planning in Japan” by Shizuka Sekita
“OECD project on financial education: A first international measure of financial literacy” by Flore-Anne Messy and Adele Atkinson
“Financial Literacy, Inclusion and Preparedness: Evidence from Russia” by Leora Klapper and Georgios Panos