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Delivery models for financial literacy interventions - A case study approach
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To date no meta-analysis specific to Canada has been done to consider effectiveness in financial literacy programming and evaluation among existing financial literacy resources. This research project, therefore, seeks to explore the following:

  • Issues in effective delivery of financial literacy interventions
  • Issues in measuring program effectiveness; and
  • Examples of effective delivery of financial literacy interventions in Canada.

The research approach for this study consisted of a literature review of evaluation methods applicable to financial literacy, a document review of current practices in delivery and evaluation of financial literacy and key informant interviews with experts in the field of delivery and assessment of financial literacy program outcomes.

Author: Prosper Canada, SEDI
Topic: Research and evaluation
Publisher: Prosper Canada
Location: Canada
Format: Evaluation report
Content Type: Miscellaneous
Publication Date: December 31, 2008