Table of contents for International handbook of financial literacy.

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Chapter 1: Financial Literacy in the 21st Century: An Introduction to the International Handbook on Financial Literacy.- Section 1: Conceptions of Financial Literacy.- Chapter 2: Financial Education in General Education Schools: A Competence Model.- Chapter 3: Educational Implications of Biases in Financial Decision Making.- Chapter 4: Financial Literacy and Financial Incomprehensibility.- Chapter 5: A Metacognitive Approach to Financial Literacy.- Chapter 6: Combining Development and Education: Why Do Decision-Making and Social Norms Matter for Financial Education?.- Chapter 7: Financial Literacy to Financial Capability: Building Financial Stability and Security.- Chapter 8: A Sociological Perspective on Financial Literacy.- Chapter 9: Financial Literacy Education as a Public Pedagogy: Consumerizing Economic Insecurity, Ethics and Democracy.- Section 2: Policy Contexts of Financial Literacy.- Chapter 10: Politics and Argumentation in Financial Literacy Education Policy.- Chapter 11: Following the Trail from Political Discourse to Curriculum Reform: Reflecting on the Shape of Financial Capability Education in England.- Chapter 12: The Development and Promotion of Financial Literacy Standards: Establishing Standards in the United States.- Chapter 13: The Policy Context for Financial Education in New Zealand.- Chapter 14: Children and Youth as Economic Citizens: Working towards an Inte-grated Financial Education Approach.- Chapter 15: Do the Financial Behaviours of College Students Vary by their State’s Financial Education Policies?.- Section 3: National Orientations of Financial Literacy.- Chapter 16: Financial Literacy in Austria.- Chapter 17: Financial Literacy in Germany.- Chapter 18: Financial Literacy in Indonesia.- Chapter 19: Mexico: Financial Inclusion and Literacy Outlook.- Chapter 20: Financial Literacy in the Netherlands.- Chapter 21: Financial Education in Romania.- Chapter 22: Financial Literacy in South Africa.- Chapter 23: Financial Literacy in Switzerland.- Chapter 24: Financial Education in the UK: A Case Study of Practice.- Chapter 25: Youth Financial Literacy in the United States: A Patchwork Approach.- Section 4: Assessment of Financial Literacy.- Chapter 26: Construct Validity with Structural Equation Modelling.- Chapter 27: Financial literacy of Adolescents and Young Adults: Setting the Course for a Competence-oriented Assessment Instrument.- Chapter 28: Students’ Monetary Decision Making: Issues and Implications Arising from Research.- Chapter 29: Evaluation of Financial Literacy Development of High School Stu-dents: A Longitudinal Mixed Methods Study.- Chapter 30: Measurement of Young Adults’ Attitudes towards Money.- Chapter 31: Personality and Financial Culture: A Study of Mexican Youths.- Section 5: Instructional Interventions for Fostering Financial Literacy.- Chapter 32: Approaches to Teaching Financial Literacy: Evidence-based Practices in Singapore Schools.- Chapter 33: Sketching a Possible Learning Progression for the Cognitive Component of Financial Education in the Broader Context of Economics Education.- Chapter 34: Educating People about Finance and Economics. Approaching Curriculum Design: an Italian Experience.- Chapter 35: Gender and Student Achievement in Personal Finance: Evidence from Keys to Financial Success.- Chapter 36: A Design-Based Intervention Approach to the Development of a Financial Literacy Interactive Learning Journey for Youths in Singapore.- Chapter 37: Enhancing the Financial Literacy of Young People: A Conceptual Approach Based on the Variation Theory of Learning.- Chapter 38: Infusing Financial Literacy in Primary Mathematics: A Proposed Framework for Instruction.- Section 6: Teacher Education and Training for Financial Literacy.- Chapter 39: In the Shoes of Luca Pacioli – Double Entry Bookkeeping and Financial Literacy.- Chapter 40: Building the Financial Education Capacity of Teachers: Does It Make a Difference?.- Chapter 41: Preparing Preservice Elementary Teachers to Teach about Financial Literacy: Towards a Broader Conception.- Chapter 42: Financial Education in Teacher Training with Technological Support.- Chapter 43: Teachers’ Financial Literacy from a Swiss Perspective.

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