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Collins, J. M. (2013). The impacts of mandatory financial education. Evidence from a randomized field study. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 95, 146-158. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jebo.2012.08.011
  • Topic Area: Financial Literacy

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Moderate Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Other Financial Literacy General

2255
Blanco, L. R., Duru, O. K., & Mangione, C. M. (2020). A community-based randomized controlled trial of an educational intervention to promote retirement saving among Hispanics. Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 41, 300-315. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10834-019-09657-9
  • Topic Area: Financial Literacy

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Low Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Other Financial Literacy Retirement planning

2256
Clark, R. L., Maki, J. A., & Morrill, M. S. (2014). Can simple informational nudges increase participation in a 401(k) plan? Southern Economic Journal, 80(3), 677-701. https://doi.org/10.4284/0038-4038-2012.199
  • Topic Area: Financial Literacy

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: High Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Other Financial Literacy Retirement planning

2185
Reich, C. M., & Berman, J. S. (2015). Do financial literacy classes help? An experimental assessment in a low-income population. Journal of Social Service Research, 41(2), 193-203. https://doi.org/10.1080/01488376.2014.977986
  • Topic Area: Financial Literacy

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Low Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Other Financial Literacy General

2253
Bauer, J. W., Son, S., Hur, J., Anderson-Porish, S., Heins, R., Petersen, C., Hooper, S., Marczak, M., Olson, P. D., & Wilk, N. B. (2011). Dollar Works 2: Impact evaluation report. St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota Extension, Center for Family Development. Retrieved from the University of Minnesota Digital Conservancy: https://hdl.handle.net/11299/194187
  • Topic Area: Financial Literacy

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Low Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Other Financial Literacy General

2184
Parker, J. (2010). Financial literacy and education as an asset development strategy: The potential of IDA savings clubs at community action agencies. [Doctoral dissertation, Brandeis University].
  • Topic Area: Financial Literacy

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Low Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Other Financial Literacy General

2242
Heinberg, A., Hung, A., Kapteyn, A., Lusardi, A., Samek, A. S., & Yoong, J. (2014). Five steps to planning success: Experimental evidence from US households. Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 30(4), 697-724. https://doi.org/10.1093/oxrep/gru036 [Written narrative vs. Control]
  • Topic Area: Financial Literacy

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Low Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Other Financial Literacy Retirement planning

2243
Heinberg, A., Hung, A., Kapteyn, A., Lusardi, A., Samek, A. S., & Yoong, J. (2014). Five steps to planning success: Experimental evidence from US households. Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 30(4), 697-724. https://doi.org/10.1093/oxrep/gru036 [Video and Narrative vs. Control]
  • Topic Area: Financial Literacy

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Low Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Other Financial Literacy Retirement planning

2249
Heinberg, A., Hung, A., Kapteyn, A., Lusardi, A., Samek, A. S., & Yoong, J. (2014). Five steps to planning success: Experimental evidence from US households. Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 30(4), 697-724. https://doi.org/10.1093/oxrep/gru036 [Video vs. Control]
  • Topic Area: Financial Literacy

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Low Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Other Financial Literacy Retirement planning

2186
Karlan, D., Nelson, S., Shafir, E., & Zinman, J. (2012). Super savers? A randomized evaluation of commitment savings and financial counseling in New York City. New Haven, CT: Innovations in Poverty Action. [Financial Counseling vs. Control]
  • Topic Area: Financial Literacy

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Low Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Other Financial Literacy General