Financial literacy: Useful links
Find links to other financial literacy websites and to research by other organisations.
New Zealand financial education links
New Zealand financial literacy links
Unravelling financial jargon, Write Limited
A free e-book full of plain language alternatives for financial words and expressions.
New Zealand research reports
How young New Zealanders learn about personal finance: A longitudinal study, Fin-Ed Centre, Massey University (PDF 5.9 KB, Nov 2012)
This report covers the ﬁrst stage in a 20-year longitudinal study designed to contribute to better understanding of issues related to the level of ﬁnancial literacy in New Zealand.
New Zealand financial support services links
OECD financial literacy links
Empowering Women through Financial Awareness, 2012
This report, initiated by the OECD, describes the findings of a review of the literature on gender differences in financial literacy with the aim of better understanding their causes and consequences, as well as identifying possible policy responses.
Read Empowering Women through Financial Awareness (PDF 947.1 KB)
OECD financial education database
The OECD financial education database provides access to:
- Details of financial literacy programmes by country
- Financial literacy articles and research
Other international financial literacy links
These links are additional to those included in the OECD International Gateway for Financial Education database (see above).
My Money – The United States government’s financial education website
Squared Away Blog – Financial Security Project at Boston College
- Three institutions brings together a wide selection of research partners pioneering studies on financial literacy
Financial Literacy and Ignorance (Professor Annamaria Lusardi blog)
– Blog of a respected US academic
FINRA Investor Education Foundation - Research and educational projects
Take Charge America Institute – University of Arizona
Practical Money Skills for Life – Visa’s financial literacy programme