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Author Wuttke, Eveline.

Title Economic Competence and Financial Literacy of Young Adults : Status and Challenges.

Published Leverkusen-Opladen : Barbara Budrich Publishers, 2016.

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Physical description 1 online resource (236 pages)
Series Books at JSTOR Open Access
Contents Cover; Economic Competence and Financial Literacy of Young Adults; Contents; Editorial: Economic Competence and Financial Literacy of Young Adults -- Status and Challenges; Section I: Financial Literacy; 1 Towards a Comprehensive Financial Literacy Framework: Voices from Stakeholders in European Vocational Education and Training; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Existing Conceptualisations of Financial Literacy; 1.3 A Holistic Approach to Financial Literacy: A Four-Facet-Framework; 1.4 Method; 1.5 Results; 1.6 Conclusions and Outlook; 2 Secondary School Students' Understanding of the Financial System.
2.1 Introduction2.2 Financial Literacy: Definitions and Evidence; 2.3 Method; 2.4 Results; 2.5 Conclusions; 3 Analysis of Banks' Online Information Regarding Mortgages as a Basis for Financially Literate Decision-Making in First-Time Homebuying; 3.1 Background and Aim; 3.2 Financial Literacy in the Context of Homebuying; 3.3 Method; 3.4 Results; 3.5 Summary, Discussion and Outlook; 4 Financial Literacy and Financial Behavior among Young Adults in the United States; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Literature Review; 4.3 Data Sample and Measures; 4.4 Financial Literacy of Young Adults.
4.5 Some Financial Behaviors of Young Adults4.6 Credit Card Behaviors and Financial Literacy; 4.7 Other Financial Behaviors and Financial Literacy; 4.8 Conclusion; Section II: Economic Competence; 5 Learners' Economic Competence in Switzerland: Conceptual Foundations and Considerations for Measurement; 5.1 Preamble; 5.2 Economic Education in Initial Commercial Apprenticeship in Switzerland; 5.3 Modelling of Economic Competence in LINCA; 5.4 Work and Research on Economic-civic Competence; 5.5 Measurement of Economic Competence in LINCA.
6 Effects of Students Sociocultural Background on Economic Competencies in Upper Secondary Education6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Theoretical and Empirical Background; 6.3 Research questions; 6.4 Method; 6.5 Findings; 6.6 Summary and Discussion; 7 Facing Commercial Competence: Modeling Domain-Linked and Domain-Specific Competence as Key Elements of Vocational Development; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Theoretical Conception of Vocational Competence; 7.3 Analysis of Contents in the Commercial Domain: Baseline for Item and Test Development; 7.4 Empirical Modeling of Domain-linked and Domain specific Competence.
7.5 Conclusions8 Opportunity Recognition as Part of Intrapreneurship Competence -- An Analysis of Exam Essays of German Industrial Clerks; 8.1 Introduction; 8.2 Concepts of Intrapreneurship and Opportunity Recognition; 8.3 Research Questions and Methods; 8.4 Results and Interpretation; 8.5 Summary, Limitations and Prospect; 9 Increasing Heterogeneity in Students' Prior Economic Content Knowledge -- Impact on andImplications for Teaching in Higher Education; 9.1 Heterogeneous Cognitive Preconditions -- a Challenge for Teaching in Higher Education; 9.2 Assessment Design and Test Instrument.
Notes 9.3 Prior Domain-Specific Knowledge and Acquisition of ECK.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters.
Summary The authors take a detailed look at the economic competence and financial literacy of young adults especially of those who start an apprenticeship or who take up their studies at a university. Economic competence and financial literacy are of special interest within this group, because these young people are - mostly for the fi rst time in their lives - responsible for autonomously managing their own fi nancial affairs and deal with economic challenges.
Other author Seifried, Jürgen.
Schumann, Stephan.
JSTOR issuing body.
Subject Career education.
Vocational education.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783847402831
3847402838
9783847406020
3847406027