Please join us for a special holiday Financial Literacy Seminar Series session presented by J. Michael Collins of the University of Wisconsin, Madison. The seminar, entitled "Experimental Evidence of the Efficacy of Financial Education for Adults: A Cross Experiment Comparison,” will be held on Thursday, December 13. Following the seminar, we invite you to join us for a reception to celebrate the holiday season.
The presentation will be based on the papers below:
- Investor Education for Credit Union Employees: Survey Results for Wisconsin
- The Impacts of Mandatory Financial Education: Evidence from a Randomized Field Study
- Online Financial Education for Employees: A Randomized Experiment
Seminar: 3:30 to 5 p.m.
George Washington University School of Business, Duquès Hall, Room 652
Holiday Reception: 5 to 6 p.m.
Dean’s reception area of Duquès Hall, 6th Floor
The FLSS is a joint initiative of the Federal Reserve Board (FRB) and the Global Center for Financial Literacy at the George Washington University School of Business (GWSB). In the fall term, the seminars convene every other Thursday at GWSB. Additional information about the seminar series and directions to GWSB are provided on our website at http://business.gwu.edu/flss/. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about the FLSS.
Looking forward to seeing you on December 13!
We wish you much joy and good health this hoiday season.
The Steering Committee,
Annamaria Lusardi, GWSB
John Sabelhaus, FRB
Jeanne Hogarth, FRB
Claudia Sahm, FRB
Joanne Hsu, FRB
Alex Kaufman, FRB
Geng Li, FRB
Ellen Merry, FRB
Max Schmeiser, FRB
John Wall, GWSB
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GFLEC at the George Washington University
Through its research and expertise, GFLEC seeks to inform policy as well as develop and promote financial literacy programs around the world. GFLEC focuses on groundbreaking research, with particular emphasis on financial education in schools, in the workplace, and in the community. It also is engaged in research that looks at financial literacy among women and the young. At GFLEC, we seek to make research findings more accessible to policymakers and practitioners in order to help shape the national and international dialogue around financial literacy.