Measuring financial health: What policymakers need to know

This report provides an overview of financial health and the policy responses around the world. Based on this, and the key questions of whether financial health measure more than income and if financial inclusion supports financial health, the report offers recommendations to policy makers on strategies for measuring the financial health of their population.



Money on Your Mind

This report discusses the interactions between finances and mental health, based on the experience of over 5000 individuals who have lived with mental health problems. Mental health problems leading to relationship difficulties, physical health problems, mental health treatments, cognitive impairments, and psychological barriers to action are all seen as contributors to loss of or low income, higher spending, and poor financial management. The converse is also true - more than 80% of respondents also expressed that their financial situation had made their mental health problems worse.



Tackling financial exclusion: A country that works for everyone?

Social and political attitudes of people on low incomes

The childhood origins of social mobility: socio-economic inequalities and changing opportunities

Community-led approaches to reducing poverty in neighbourhoods: A review of evidence and practice

Financial Capability and Poverty: Discussion Paper

Estimates of the asset-effect: the search for a causal effect of assets on adult health and employment outcomes

How to Design a Monitoring and Evaluation Framework For A Policy Research Project

An Asset Account for Looked After Children: A proposal to improve educational outcomes for children in care

Levels of Financial Capability in the UK: results of a baseline survey

Tools for Development: A handbook for those engaged in development activity

Measuring financial capability using a short survey instrument – Instruction manual