Note

1. See Definition of financial literacy for 15 year old students, OECD (2013a), "Financial Literacy Framework": Financial literacy is knowledge and understanding of financial concepts and risks, and the skills, motivation and confidence to apply such knowledge and understanding in order to make effective decisions across a range of financial contexts, to improve the financial well-being of individuals and society, and to enable participation in economic life.

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