PISA 2018 Results (Volume IV) : are students smart about money?

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Título: PISA 2018 Results (Volume IV) : are students smart about money?
Publicación: Paris : OECD, 2020Descripción física: 250 p. Notas: Sumario: Over the past decades, both developed and developing countries have become concerned about the level of financial literacy amongst their citizens, and particularly amongst young people. This concern initially stemmed from worries about the potential impact of shrinking welfare systems and employment-related benefits, shifting demographics, and the increased sophistication and expansion of financial services. The indirect impact of the Covid-19 crisis on individuals' income and savings (both current and future) and heightened uncertainty in the economic and financial landscape make financial literacy even more crucial for ensuring that citizens are financially resilient. Many 15-year-olds face financial decisions and are already consumers of financial services. They are likely to face growing complexity and risks in the financial marketplace as they move into adulthood. Since better knowledge and understanding of financial concepts and risks could help improve financial decision making amongst adults and young people, financial literacy is now globally recognised as an essential life skill. Thirteen OECD countries and economies and seven partner countries participated in the PISA 2018 assessment of financial literacy. Some 117 000 15-year-old students sat the test, representing around 13.5 million students.Materia / lugar / evento: COVID-19 Educación financiera Mercados financieros Sistema integral de seguimiento y evaluación Calidad de la enseñanza Sistemas educativos Política educativa Jóvenes Cultura financiera Otros autores: OECD
Otras clasificaciones: 03Números normalizados: ISBN 978-92-64-72845-5ISSN 1996-3777