TOC: J Con Affairs


Journal of Consumer Affairs, 49(1)

Special Issue: Special Issue on Starting Early for Financial Success. Special Issue Editors: Michal Grinstein-Weiss and Margaret S. Sherraden

Creating Financial Capability in the Next Generation: An Introduction to the Special Issue
Margaret S. Sherraden and Michal Grinstein-Weiss [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Foundations of Financial Well-Being: Insights into the Role of Executive Function, Financial Socialization, and Experience-Based Learning in Childhood and Youth
Anita I. Drever, Elizabeth Odders-White, Charles W. Kalish, Nicole M. Else-Quest, Emily M. Hoagland and Emory N. Nelms [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

A Developmental Perspective on Children’s Economic Agency
Terri Friedline [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Experimental Evidence on the Effects of Financial Education on Elementary School Students’ Knowledge, Behavior, and Attitudes
Michael Batty, J. Michael Collins and Elizabeth Odders-White [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Increasing Youth Financial Capability: An Evaluation of the MyPath Savings Initiative
Vernon Loke, Laura Choi and Margaret Libby [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Financial Capability and Asset Accumulation for Children’s Education: Evidence from an Experiment of Child Development Accounts
Jin Huang, Yunju Nam, Michael Sherraden and Margaret Clancy [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Financial Education and Savings Outcomes for Low-Income IDA Participants: Does Age Make a Difference?
Michal Grinstein-Weiss, Shenyang Guo, Vanessa Reinertson and Blair Russell [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Revaluing the Role of Parents as Financial Socialization Agents in Youth Financial Literacy Programs
Geert Van Campenhout [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Does “Banking the Unbanked” Help Families to Save? Evidence from the United Kingdom
Katie Fitzpatrick [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Evaluating a Financial Education Curriculum as an Intervention to Improve Financial Behaviors and Financial Well-Being of Survivors of Domestic Violence: Results from a Longitudinal Randomized Controlled Study
Judy L. Postmus, Andrea Hetling and Gretchen L. Hoge [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

A Balance Sheet Perspective on Financial Success: Why Starting Early Matters
Ray Boshara and William R. Emmons [Publisher] [Google Scholar]