The Long View
The Long View
Dec 11, 2019
John Lynch: Rethinking Financial Education
45 min

Background


John Lynch bio 


John Lynch research 


Center for Research on Consumer Financial Decision Making 

Academic Research Council, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau 

Financial Education

Fernandes, Lynch, J.G., & Netemeyer, R.G. 2013. Financial Literacy, Financial Education, and Downstream Financial Behaviors.” forthcoming in Management Science.

Examining Financial Education: How Literacy and Interventions Affect Financial Behaviors,” National Endowment for Financial Education, 2014. 

Financial Literacy: Just-in-Time Is the Ticket,” Christine Benz and John Lynch, Morningstar.com, March 12, 2016. 


Thaler, R. 2013. Financial Literacy: Beyond the Classroom.” The New York Times, Oct. 5, 2013. 


Kitces, M. 2016. “Financial Literacy Effectiveness and Providing Just-in-Time Training by Financial Advisors.” Nerd’s Eye View, Sept. 21, 2016. 


Ward, A.F. & Lynch, J.G. 2019. “On a Need-to-Know Basis: How the Distribution of Responsibility Between Couples Shapes Financial Literacy and Financial Outcomes.” Journal of Consumer Research, Vol. 45, No. 5, P. 1013. 

Retirement Planning and Financial Outcomes

Sammer, J. “Retirement Plans Are Leaking Money. Here’s Why Employers Should Care.” Society of Human Resources Management, Oct. 17, 2017. 


Nudge theory definition 

Thaler, R. & Sunstein C. 2008. “Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth, and Happiness" (New Haven: Yale University Press).


Wright, O. 2013. How Organ Donation Is Getting Nudge in the Right Direction.” The Independent, Dec. 24, 2013. 

How America Saves,” Vanguard, 2019. 

Financial Decision-Making and Well-Being

Four-Year Myth,” Lumina Foundation.

Hunter, W.G., Zhang, C.Z., Hesson, A., et al. 2016. What Strategies Do Physicians and Patients Discuss to Reduce Out-of-Pocket Costs? Analysis of Cost-Saving Strategies in 1,755 Outpatient Clinic Visits.” Society for Medical Decision Making, Vol. 36, No. 7, P. 900. 


Netemeyer, R., Warmath, D., Fernandes, D. & Lynch. J. 2017. How Am I Doing? Financial Well-Being, Its Potential Antecedents, and Its Relation to Psychological/Emotional Well-Being.” Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. 45, P. 780. 


Complaint Snapshot: Debt Collection,” Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, May 2018. 


Nova, A. 2019. “A $1,000 Emergency Would Push Many Americans Into Debt,” CNBC.com, Jan. 23, 2019. 

 

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