Chapter 11: Cultural Finance: how is financial information received?
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Financial literacy programs and policies focus mainly on providing information on financial products to help people make better decisions. We argue that the same information, however accessible, can be interpreted—and therefore acted upon—quite differently. The source of such differences is the culture of a society. Financial education policies can benefit from incorporating measures of cultural aspects into their approach.

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