Financial literacy and the limits of financial decision-making

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Other Authors: Harrison, Tina (Editor)
Online Access:Link to e-book
Physical Description:1 online resource
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Published: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, [2016]
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction; Tina Harrison
  • Chapter 1: Cognitive drivers of suboptimal financial decisions: Implications for financial literacy campaigns; Hooman Estelami
  • Chapter 2: How mutual fund investors' objective and subjective knowledge impacts their information search and processing behaviour; Sanjay Kumar Mishra and Manoj Kumar
  • Chapter 3: Do investors show an attentional bias toward past performance? An eye-tracking experiment on visual attention to mutual fund disclosures in simplified fund prospectuses; Andreas Hüsser and Werner Wirth
  • Chapter 4: Overconfidence and emotion regulation failure: How overconfidence leads to the disposition effect in consumer investment behaviour; Wujin Chu, Meeja Im and Hyunkyu Jang
  • Chapter 5: Consumer rationality/irrationality and financial literacy in the credit card market: Implications from an integrative review; Na Shen
  • Chapter 6: Financial literacy and shrouded credit card rewards; Laura Ricaldi, Michael S Finke and Sandra J Huston
  • Chapter 7: Are men better investors than women? Gender differences in mutual fund and pension investments; Rita Martenson
  • Chapter 8: Gender stereotyping in financial advisors' assessment of customers; Inga-Lill Söderberg
  • Chapter 9: Tailored financial literacy education: An indigenous perspective; Mark Brimble and Levon Blue
  • Chapter 10: Financial literacy and financial literacy programmes in Australia; Andrew C Worthington
  • Chapter 11: Assessment of behavioural outcomes of financial education workshops on financial behaviour of the participants: An experimental study; Harsha Vijaykumar Jariwala and Mahendra S Sharma.