Journal of Financial Literacy and Wellbeing

First issue available now!

ISSN: 2753-3212 (Online)
Frequency: 3 issues per year

The Journal aims to publish rigorous research on financial literacy and financial well-being, inform public policies as well as public, private and civil society strategies and activities, with the ultimate objective of improving the financial literacy, resilience and well-being of individuals and micro and small entrepreneurs. It covers research on the various elements of financial literacy (and related concepts, e.g. financial capability, including financial knowledge, attitudes, behaviours and skills) and financial well-being and their relationships and determinants. It includes research the related fields, such as financial inclusion, financial consumer protection, and financial resilience, which has recently been identified as one of the elements for maintaining well-being in the face of hardship.


Annamaria Lusardi

Senior Fellow, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR)
Director, Financial Freedom Initiative
Professor of Finance (by courtesy), GSB

Flore-Anne Messy​

Acting Deputy Director,
OECD Directorate for Financial and Enterprise Affairs

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